Swapping A350-800 orders for later A330neo slots will not disrupt Hawaiian Airlines’ fleet planning, since the carrier was already anticipating delays in A350 deliveries, Hawaiian CEO Mark Dunkerley says. The carrier recently agreed to cancel its six A350-800 orders, as Airbus looks to scrap plans for the smallest A350 variant. At the same time, it reached a deal with Airbus for six A330neos, a new program that Airbus unveiled last month. At first glance, the swap would seem to defer ...
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