Sydney (XFNews ASIA) - Qantas Airways Ltd, Singapore Airlines Ltd and Emirates are believed to be pressuring Airbus for more compensation over the late delivery of the A380 super jumbo, the Sydney Morning Herald reported citing an unnamed source.
An industry source told the newspaper that the three met in Singapore to discuss compensation a few days before Airbus announced the latest delays to the A380 delivery schedule last week.
A week ago Airbus parent EADS said production problems for the A380 has forced it to delay deliveries by another year on average, the third setback for the program since June 2005.
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