MOSCOW—Russia’s only customer for Airbus A220-300 jets—Moscow Domodedovo Airport-based Red Wings Airlines—has canceled its order. Red Wing CEO Evgeny Klyucharev explained that the airline hoped to start its operations this spring, but the cancellation was caused by economic reasons. In 2018 the airline ordered six A220-300s (previously the Bombardier CS300) in a 149-seat configuration through GTLK Europe, the Ireland-based subsidiary of Russia’s ...

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