No Surprises As Lufthansa Opts For 777-9X, A350-900 Rather Than 787

Lufthansa has placed a large order for Boeing’s 777-9X and Airbus’s A350-900 in an effort to replace some of the older aircraft in its long-haul fleet. The airline’s supervisory board approved the deal during a Sept. 18 meeting, committing to 34 777-9Xs and 25 A350-900s. The first A350s are due for...

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