Yes, technically Airbus’ latest long-haul model, the A350-1000, has not yet entered service, though it has completed development, flight testing and certification. The first customer aircraft is parked in Toulouse enduring the by-now customary delay in being accepted by Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker. His airline should have taken delivery of the aircraft before the end of 2017, but it came as no surprise that some last-minute issues arose. Airbus knows the drill by now: The same ...

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