In-depth: Virgin Atlantic finally drops A380 order as production cuts loom | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 9 March 2018
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Virgin Atlantic finally drops A380 order as production cuts loom

Virgin Atlantic Airways finally canceled its 2001 order for six Airbus SE A380 superjumbo jets after years of putting off deliveries, despite being one of the first customers for the aircraft. It now plans to operate 12 A350-1000s instead. Cancellation was revealed on the same day as Airbus announced A380 production cuts.

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