The Airbus A350 has cleared two more major milestones: It is now proven to be able to reject high-speed takeoff runs, and one of the last A350-800 customers, Hawaiian Airlines, will drop its order. Both events work to the manufacturer’s advantage. Following Hawaiian Airlines’ decision to order the newly launched A330-800neo instead, Airbus now has just 28 firm orders left for the smallest version of the A350 family. Chief Operating Officer-Customers John Leahy has been trying to ...

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