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Delta will wait for new planes to mature: CEO

(Reuters) - Delta Air Lines <DAL.N> is letting a wave of orders for the newest planes on the market roll by, giving the jets time to prove themselves before buying, its chief executive told Reuters on Wednesday.Full story

Qatar Airways in talks with Airbus to buy up to 15 jets

DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar Airways is in talks with Airbus <EAD.PA> to buy up to 15 of the European planemaker's A330 passenger jets, a deal potentially worth $3.6 billion at list prices, citing production delays to Boeing's <BA.N> 787 Dreamliner aircraft. Full story

Boeing plans to build world's longest-range passenger jet

PARIS/DUBAI (Reuters) - Boeing has shown airlines a blueprint for the world's longest-range passenger jet, adding spice to a long-awaited revamp of its 777 wide-body jet, people familiar with the matter said. Full story

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File picture shows an engineer cleaning an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake
File picture shows an engineer cleaning an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake

An engineer cleans an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake, 30km north of Colombo, in this file picture taken February 11, 2013. Loss-making national carrier Sri Lankan Airlines has signed a provisional deal with Airbus worth $1.3 billi

File picture shows an engineer inspecting an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake
File picture shows an engineer inspecting an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake

An engineer inspects an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake, some 30km north of Colombo, in this file picture taken February 11, 2013. Loss-making national carrier Sri Lankan Airlines has signed a provisional deal with Airbus worth $1.

File picture shows an engineer working on an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake
File picture shows an engineer working on an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake

An engineer works on an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake, some 30km north of Colombo, in this file picture taken February 11, 2013. Loss-making national carrier Sri Lankan Airlines has signed a provisional deal with Airbus worth $1.

An engineer cleans an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake
An engineer cleans an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake

An engineer cleans an Airbus 330 at the Sri Lankan airlines maintenance hangar at the international airport in Katunayake, 30km north of Colombo, February 11, 2013. Loss-making Sri Lankan Airlines hopes a five-year plan to fly to more profitable destinations and invest in a more fuel-efficient flee