China Southern signed an aircraft purchase agreement with Airbus Thursday for six A330s and 30 A320s, according to a Hong Kong Stock Exchange filing. Photo: China Southern A330-200. Courtesy, Airbus. Airbus announced that China Aviation Supplies Holding Co. signed for a total of 102 aircraft, of which 66 represent new orders (50 A320 family aircraft, six A330s and 10 A350 XWBs). The value of the transaction and aircraft delivery dates were not disclosed. Airbus CEO Tom Enders said, ...

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