Airbus has confirmed cancellations for its single-aisle family from two airlines. Indonesian low-cost carrier Tigerair Mandala has cancelled a long-standing order for 25 A320-200s. The airline, an associate of parent Singaporean Tigerair Group, had lodged the order as long ago as 2007, but none had been delivered. Tigerair Mandala’s website lists a fleet of nine A320-200s on strength as of Feb. 28. Airbus also confirmed Air Serbia has dropped an order for eight A319-100s. Initially ...

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