Asia-Pacific airlines are set to play key roles in the debuts of new widebody variants this year, and also are driving manufacturers to extract even more range from their latest offerings. Singapore Airlines (SIA) is due to be the first to fly Boeing’s stretched 787-10, and later this year is slated to deploy the initial ultra-long-range (ULR) version of the Airbus 350-900. Meanwhile, Cathay Pacific Airways is destined to be the second customer to receive the A350-1000. And in the ...

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