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fresh concerns on Thursday about the future of the world's largest jetliner the Airbus a three eighty Australia's Qantas Airways is officially canceled the order it made back in two thousand six for eight of the jets that follows a similar decision by Hong Kong airlines to kill in order for ten of the planes and sources told Reuters last week Airbus is now considering closing its iconic a three eighty line an official decision is yet to be made sales of four engine planes like the a three eighty have been tumbling as many airlines switched a smaller more efficient twin engine jets like the a three fifty or rival Boeing's seven seven seven Dubai's Emirates which has more than a hundred a three eighties is also considering a move according to sources to swap out some orders of super jumbo is for the smaller a three fifties the existing quanta super jumbo's won't be heading into retirement anytime soon a company spokesman said it's twelve eight three eighties will be refurbished in twenty nineteen and will remain flying quote well into the future