Air France will defer delivery of its sixth and seventh A380s in order to "create some savings on the down payment this year and the year after," Air France KLM CEO Pierre-Henri Gourgeon said Monday at the Reuters Travel and Leisure summit in New York. Last month the group announced it would cut capital expenditure by €1.2 billion ($1.51 billion) to address the economic downturn and would defer delivery of half-a-dozen planes including "777-300ERs, 777Fs and some Airbus aircraft." AF ...

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