German government mulls buying new Airbus planes

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2019/04/10 | 292 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

The German government is mulling buying three new Airbus planes to renew its fleet after a series of technical incidents led to delays, the defence ministry said on Tuesday."The decision on the acquisition of three A350 is not yet taken, but it is undoubtedly expected very soon," said a ministry spokesman.A series of defects have plagued German government planes in the past few months, including a breakdown that forced Chancellor Angela Merkel to delay her trip to a G20 summit last November....(…)

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