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Agreement in Sight as Airbus Works Towards Resolving Emirates Jet Order Dispute

Long-haul airline Emirates (EK.AED) edged towards a consolation deal for fewer than 20 A350-900 jets on Thursday after a public row between the carrier and engine maker Rolls-Royce (RR.L) over a larger model dampened the end of the Dubai Airshow. Emirates President Tim Clark refused to place a large order for the A350-1000 and publicly criticized its Rolls Royce engines, which he said would require too much maintenance in harsh Gulf conditions. Rolls-Royce acknowledged that its engine for the A350-1000

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