Michelle Dunlop Herald Writer
It’s the second time CIT has ordered the A350, bringing its total request to 15.
“We are very confident that our A350 XWB Family will perfectly meet long haul operators’ needs by offering them the highest levels of comfort and efficiency,” John Leahy, Airbus chief operating officer, said in a statement.
CIT’s latest request brings the A350 sales total to 572 firm orders from 34 customers.
In other Boeing news, the company’s 787 Dreamliner has been making appearances at Los Angeles International Airport.
On Thursday, United Airlines launches 787 service between Los Angeles and Tokyo’s Narita airport. However, the carrier has pushed back some of its planned 787 international service due to recent reliability issues with the Dreamliner, reports Flightglobal.