Emirates President Tim Clark said the carrier is considering delaying next year's scheduled delivery of a dozen A340-600s and is close to choosing between the 787 and A350-900 for a 50-aircraft order. Clark spoke with ATWOnline in Berlin on Friday. Emirates currently operates a fleet of 90 aircraft. It is expecting to take delivery of up to 14 777-300ERs through March 31, 2007, but is evaluating holding off on the A340-600s while Airbus works on improvements. "Maybe we slow the delivery down ...

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