Airbus has removed five A350-800s and five A380s originally destined for India’s Kingfisher Airlines from its order book, along with 12 A319/A320ceos that were for United Airlines. Kingfisher placed the order for the five A350-800s and five A380s at the June 2005 Paris Air Show, but as the airline is no longer operating, Airbus decided to remove the aircraft from its backlog. “[Kingfisher founder and chairman] Vijay Mallya is still determined to sell his airline. He still has an ...

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