According to an international news agency, the revocation of all remaining Qatar Airways orders for A350 aircraft was confirmed by Airbus.
Spokespeople for the European aerospace manufacturer said the company withdrew the remaining 19 aircraft from the order book, according to the agency.
The cancellation, which was revealed in monthly order data released today, confirmed a possibility that had already been advanced in August.
Since the Qatari airline claimed that paint on new aircraft was peeling and exposing the material underneath, it had signaled a surprising new twist in the dispute between the two companies at the time.
Qatar Airways grounded 21 aircraft that it said could pose a risk to passengers, following the initial complaint. In addition, it suspended deliveries that were still pending despite the manufacturer maintaining that the aircraft are completely safe.
Qatar Airways was initially supposed to have a fleet of up to 74 Airbus A350s, although the remaining deliveries will not materialize in the end.