German flag-carrier Lufthansa appears to have trimmed its Airbus A350-900 order, cutting two aircraft from its commitment.
Lufthansa ordered 25 A350-900s in 2013 and supplemented this agreement last year with a deal for another 20.
But Airbus’s latest backlog revision, covering January 2020, indicates the carrier has reduced its order total from 45 to 43.
It had taken delivery of 15 of the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-powered aircraft by the end of January.
Airbus has newly recorded deals for 10 A350-900s from Air France and a single -900 for Air Lease.
These adjustments take the global A350 order total to 935 aircraft, comprising 759 of the -900 and 176 of the larger -1000.
Airbus took total A350 deliveries to the numerically-symbolic figure of 350 in early February, with the handover of a -900 to Air France.