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Emirates is exploring switching some orders for the world’s largest jetliner, the Airbus A380, to the smaller A350 in a move raising new doubts over the future of Europe’s iconic superjumbo.

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Emirates is exploring switching some orders for the world’s largest jetliner, the Airbus A380, to the smaller A350 in a move raising new doubts over the future of Europe’s iconic superjumbo.

Airbus confirmed it is in discussions with the Dubai-based airline in relation to its A380 contract.

“The details of Airbus’ commercial discussions with customers remain confidential,” the aircraft manufacturer said in a statement.

According to Emirate’s website, the airline currently has 108 A380s in its fleet, with a further 54 pending delivery.

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