FRANKFURT — Following American Airlines’ decision to drop an order for Airbus A350-800s in favor of the larger -900 version, Airbus is facing further negotiations with a small, but partially resisting and diverse group of airlines before it can finally drop the smallest of the A350 variants. American last week confirmed in a regulatory filing that the newly merged airline made up of American and US Airways will not take the 18 -800s originally ordered by US Airways, but rather take the ...
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