SriLankan Airlines looks to cancel A350 orders

Credit: Airbus
SriLankan Airlines is seeking to cancel some of its outstanding order backlog in an attempt to slow ongoing losses of up to LKR460 billion ($3.1 billion). The Sri Lanka flag carrier ordered six Airbus A330s and four A350-900 aircraft in 2013 in a $2.3 billion deal, and has taken delivery of the...

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