Air Mauritius first A350-900 Air Mauritius 

Air Mauritius receives its first Airbus A350-900

The airline has ordered six of these aircraft, in addition to two other A350-900neo. Air Mauritius received its first Airbus A350-900 on Friday. The company ordered six aircraft, four of which are leased from AerCap and two will be purchased to Airbus. The first aircraft was named “Le Morne Brabant” in honor of a local mountain listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The A350-900 has a capacity for 326 passengers, 28 in Business Class and 298 in Economy Class, in addition to having new cabins and entertainment systems, noting that…

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Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A350-900 Airbus Hong Kong Airlines 

Hong Kong Airlines received its first Airbus A350-900

Last Thursday, August 31, the airline received the first of 21 planes ordered. Asian airline Hong Kong Airlines has received the first Airbus A350-900 aircraft on 31 August, in the framework of a lease with the company AerCap. It is the first of 21 aircraft entrusted to the mentioned company, which added to the 15 that Hong Kong Airlines ordered lease directly to Airbus and another 6 in leasing with other companies. Hong Kong Airlines began with regional flights and since December began to venture into long-haul routes, the first…

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Delta Airbus a350 Delta Air Lines 

Delta received its first Airbus A350

The first airline in United States in receive the Airbus A350. Airbus has delivered to Delta Air Lines the first of its 25 Airbus A350 – 900 aircraft bought by Northwest Airlines before it was absorbed by Delta. Delta will receive in total 5 of these aircraft in 2017. Delta will operate with the A350 mainly on their routes to Asia, in October. The first long-haul flight is scheduled for the 30th of that month between Detroit and Tokyo Narita; Meanwhile on November 16th, the airline will start to fly the route Detroit-Seoul and on…

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Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines 

Delta defers the delivery of 10 Airbus A350-900s

Delta Airlines defers the delivery of 10 Airbus A350-900s for 2 or 3 years from the original date of delivery in 2019 and 2020. Although the company will still take delivery five A350s this year and six in 2018, its fleet plan shows. In addition, the company reported that has ordered 30 more Airbus A321s, increasing its firm commitments for the type to 94 based on its orderbook at the end of March. The order is worth $3.5 billion at list prices.

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