Yemenia Yemen Airways signed a preliminary agreement to purchase six A350-800s, with options for an additional four, Airbus announced yesterday. No engine was selected for the aircraft, which will seat 18 in first class and 265 in economy and begin delivering in 2012. Yemenia currently operates four A310s and two A330-200s in its long-haul fleet. "We are looking forward to introducing the aircraft on the intercontinental routes to and from Yemen," Chairman Abdulkhaled Al-Kadi said. "Yemen ...

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