Le Bourget may have emptied out but the Paris Air Show still is going on for Airbus, which yesterday announced yet another major order, this time for 35 A319s for easyJet. The converted options, scheduled for delivery in 2011 and 2012, lifted the LCC's Airbus firm order book to 120 aircraft worth more than $7 billion at list prices. The newly ordered A319s will be powered by CFM-56s. EasyJet holds purchase rights for a further 88 Airbus aircraft. It said the order will support its intention ...

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