Singapore Airlines (SIA) is to give up seven of its outstanding Airbus A350-900 production slots, following a request from Airbus to cut the carrier's order book from the 70-strong order firmed up in 2013 to 63 aircraft. Announced as part of its recent quarterly report, the carrier said the change would “not materially affect SIA’s fleet renewal or growth plans, as adjustments have been made to bring forward deliveries of other A350-900 aircraft on order.” The ...

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