Airbus Group Chief Financial Officer Harald Wilhelm says he “cannot see” the alleged decision by Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to sell or lease out its entire Airbus A380 fleet “impacting our campaigns” for more orders. MAS is understood to have decided to phase out its six Airbus A380s over time in an effort to reduce its long-haul capacity and to focus on a more regional network, a significant part of its restructuring. According to one senior airline source, MAS and ...


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