Airbus lowers 2019 commercial aircraft delivery target

Daily Newsletter | October 30, 2019
In the first nine months of 2019, Airbus saw incoming orders drop in half, while delivery results have increased. As a consequence, the planemaker has lowered its 2019 commercial aircraft delivery target. The Airbus A321neo ACF configuration remains a struggle. 
As Airbus, paired with airBaltic, departed for a demonstration tour of the A220 around Asia-Pacific on October 27, 2019, the aircraft is seemingly gathering its first fans. The former-CSeries jet has been noticed by Qantas Chief Executive Officer, Alan Joyce, who said that the A220 is a “very good aircraft” when he attended the A220’s visit in Sydney.
The Turkish minister of Defense denied media reports that the country was about to acquire around forty Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets to replace the hundred F-35A aircraft it expected before being evicted from the Joint Strike Fighter program. 
Two Asia-Pacific airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines, have shaken hands on a partnership agreement. The two airlines have included their subsidiaries, namely Firefly, Silk Air and Scoot in the new partnership, which outlines sharing revenues on flights between the two countries, and will expand their codesharing network on regional and long-haul routes.
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