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Aerospace News – Early April 2024

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Aircraft manufacturer, Airbus, has added Korean Air to its A350 customer base.

The group, which employs 5,000 staff at its wing making plant in Broughton, near Chester, and around 3,000 staff at its Filton plant in Bristol, has received an order for 33 new planes from the national carrier.

The order covers 27 A350-1000s and six A350-900s.

Offering the longest range of any aircraft, the A350 will be able to operate any of the airline’s current intercontinental routes with a 25% reduction in fuel consumption and carbon emissions compared with previous generation aircraft.

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