Airbus books A330 requests, loses A350 orders

Airbus added orders for 11 A330 jets in April but logged a cancellation for seven A350 XWB aircraft.

The Toulouse, France-based company had a total of 95 net orders for 2012 through the end of last month.

Ethiad Airways cancelled the A350s while Garuda Indonesia ordered the A350s.

Airbus delivered 52 jets in April, bringing its year-to-date delivery tally to 183.

Through the end of April, Boeing had 415 net orders and had delivered 188 jets.

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