Airbus bets bigger with the longer, larger A350XWB, but engine issues and other details still to emerge
Airbus still has work to do to fully define its revised, wider-fuselage, improved-speed A350. And while the initial customer reaction is it's a step up from the previous iteration, aircraft buyers also suggest they want to see more details. After several months of reviewing how to inspire market confidence in the A350, Airbus has basically junked its previous strategy of trying to keep development cost down, opting for a completely new design that will require an investment of $10 ...
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