A worker dismantles an Airbus A340 in the Air Salvage International recycling yard in Kemble, central England November 27, 2013. Airbus and its engine makers have acted to try to shore up the value of... more 
A worker dismantles an Airbus A340 in the Air Salvage International recycling yard in Kemble, central England November 27, 2013. Airbus and its engine makers have acted to try to shore up the value of second-hand A340 aircraft as the European planemaker tries to reduce its financial exposure to depressed market prices of an aircraft that it no longer produces. Airbus has told bankers, airlines and other owners of the aircraft that it is working on plans to increase the maximum capacity by 8 percent to 475 seats in a bid to make it more attractive to airlines looking to replace Boeing 747-400s. Picture taken November 27, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS TRAVEL) less 
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Reuters | Photo By STEFAN WERMUTH / REUTERS
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