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The entry into service of the Airbus A380 superjumbo the €13.7bn ($16.7bn) flagship of Europe's civil aerospace industry has been delayed for up to six months, the aircraft maker said on Wednesday.
The delays facing the first commercial flight of the world's biggest passenger jet were first disclosed by Qantas on Wednesday.
The Australian flag carrier had been due to take its first delivery in the autumn next year, but said the arrival of its first A380 would be delayed by six months "as a result of manufacturing issues at Airbus".
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