TOKYO -- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will move up the delivery of the last of a pair of large cruise ships that have caused huge losses. Germany's Aida Cruises, part of cruise giant Carnival, intends to place the ship into service in late June. The delivery will take place next Thursday, one month earlier than planned. The two sides have agreed on the schedule. Mitsubishi Heavy has booked extraordinary losses totaling 254 billion yen ($2.32 billion) on the ships, which the Japanese company had agreed to build for about 100 billion yen. It aims to prevent additional losses by completing and handing over the second vessel early.