Computer rendering of A350-900. Courtesy, Airbus Airbus has confirmed to ATW that it has pushed back entry into service (EIS) of its A350-900 aircraft by six months to the “first half of 2014” owing to the “late availability of some key parts.” According to an Airbus spokeswoman, start of final assembly will be “first quarter 2012” in a delay that is costing “€200 million.” At the Paris Air Show in June, Airbus announced it ...

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