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Qantas cancelled the purchase of eight Airbus A380

interest in The flagship plane from the Airbus flies. Now the Australian airline Qantas, withdrew the order of eight A380 passenger aircraft. Also Qatar Airways has something to complain about.

The order dates back to the year 2006 and already since a long time on the Brink. Qantas currently has twelve machines of the type Airbus A380 in operation, the largest passenger aircraft in the world. A spokesman said: "These machines belonged for some time to the plans of the line for fleet and route network."

year of production dramatically scaled back

For Airbus, the cancellation represents a further setback. In the past few years, hardly an airline had ordered the A380. Airbus threatened to run short orders. The group drove back to the annual production, therefore, at times up to 30 machines to just six copies.

for More course doubts about Airbus


according to insiders, the future of the A380 is a year after the rescue on the rocks. The biggest A380 customer, the Arab airline Emirates, wool rewriting your recent order of over 20 machines, in whole or in part, to the smaller Long haul aircraft A350, had reported the Bloomberg news Agency last week, citing a familiar with the matter Person. Airbus confirmed talks with Emirates on the A380-order, called but no Details.

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