Computer rendering of A350. Courtesy, Airbus Airbus has moved the A350’s target for entry into service to the second-half of 2014, a delay of about three months from the current program schedule, which was already behind the original schedule. The next-generation aircraft was originally slated for entry into service in mid-2013 (ATW Daily News, Nov. 11, 2011). Airbus said it will take a €124 million ($151.3 million) charge for the delay, which the manufacturer said is ...

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