Airbus received orders for 19 aircraft in January comprising one A319, nine A320s, five A321s, two A350-800s and two A350-900s. The orders for the A320s and A321s were placed by the same unidentified customer. ILFC ordered the A350s and the A319 order came from a private customer. Figures were down 50% on the year-ago month, when it booked orders for 38 jets--18 A320 family aircraft, four A330-200s, six A330-300s and 10 A340-600s. Deliveries for January 2006 totaled 29 comprising 22 ...

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