Finnair has narrowed capacity growth forecast for 2016-17, blaming disruption to Airbus A350 deliveries that are an average of two months behind schedule. “Finnair’s new estimate of capacity growth is approximately 7%, while the previous estimate was a growth of 8% compared to 2015. The revision is due to delays in the deliveries of A350 aircraft,” Helsinki-based Finnair said in its second-quarter earnings release. The airline, which was the European launch customer for ...

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