Saj Ahmad analyst is tweeting that the EIS of the A350-900 is now projected to slip into the first half of 2015. It should be noted that for almost a year now, Bernstein Research has been of the opinion that EIS would slip into the second half of 2015.
These "headlines" are an example:
- “Big Three” Arab Airlines Furious Over A350XWB Slippages
- Qatar Airways Pores Over 787-9 In Wake Of A350 Delays
- 777X Focus For Growth Ahead Of A380
- A350-900 EIS slides into "forst half of 2015″
- A350-1000 slides ewven farther out beyond 2017
Qatar Airways, along with Etihad Airways and Emirates, all three are braced for more A350XWB delays. For its part, Airbus is potentially looking at losing millions in compensation and also in orders too.
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