FRANKFURT — Following Hawaiian Airlines’ decision to switch from the Airbus A350-800 to the A330-800neo, Airbus now has only 28 firm orders left for the smallest version of the A350 family. Airbus has been trying to persuade its customers to convert orders to the larger A350-900 or the A330neo, which was launched at last week’s Farnborough air show. Hawaiian was considered to be one of the customers most difficult to convince of the move because of the airline’s ...
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