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The German government hopes to complete negotiations with European weapons maker MBDA and its U.S. partner, Lockheed Martin Corp about a multi-billion euro missile defence system by year-end, a ministry ...
Airbus is willing to change the terms of an order for four A350-900s from SriLankan Airlines to different planes, the struggling state-run carrier said on Friday. The debt-laden national airline has already canceled four of the eight A350 aircraft it ordered from Airbus Group SE while it searches for a new international partner to revive its fortunes. "Airbus is willing to change the terms of the contract for a different set of (aircraft)," Suren Ratwatte, the CEO of SriLankan Airlines told Reuters.
Delta Air Lines Inc reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Wednesday and said it may consider reducing its orders for wide-body aircraft as the industry struggles with excess capacity. The No. 2 U.S. airline by passenger traffic had $17.64 billion worth of pending orders for wide-body aircraft with France's Airbus Group SE at current list prices, according to the planemaker's order book. "We continue to see excess capacity in wide-bodies as we look to the future for the industry as a whole," Delta Chief Executive Edward Bastian said on a conference call with analysts.