Etihad Airways has taken another bite out of its original 25-aircraft Airbus A350-1000 order, canceling seven more of the aircraft and leaving its backlog for the long-range, twin-widebody at 12 units. The move represents the only further Airbus cancellations in April, bringing this year's total to 17 aircraft. In April, Airbus booked 14 new orders: 11 A330-300s for Garuda Indonesia, an A330-200 and -300 for Air Lease Corp and an A318 Elite business jet. Deliveries last month reached 183 ...
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