​Finnair has been a very patient Airbus customer. The Helsinki-based carrier was one of the first operators to commit to the A350 in 2005 and it anticipated taking delivery of its initial A350-900 in 2012. It became the inaugural European airline—and third operator worldwide, after Qatar Airways and Vietnam Airlines—to take delivery of Airbus’s new widebody twin-jet Oct. 7. The Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-powered A350-900 Finnair now has in its fleet is very different than the ...

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