Cathay Pacific’s first Airbus A350 delivery has been affected by seat production issues, and appears likely to be delayed by a few months. The carrier was originally expecting to receive its initial A350 in February, but the carrier is now being less specific and says it is aiming for first delivery early this year. Cathay CEO Ivan Chu admitted there would be a delay, but says it will not be major. A Cathay spokesperson says the carrier will “announce the [A350] deployment plan ...

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