Syrian Arab Airlines intends to buy a combined 50 A320s, A330s/A340s and A350s, Syrian Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Abdallah Dardari told Bloomberg News in Damascus. "We are now in agreement with the French to completely restructure the national airline, now that we have an agreement to buy Airbus planes,'' Dardari said, adding that Syriain will lease four aircraft in the next 18 months and take delivery of the first 14 ordered aircraft in the 2010-18 timeframe, with the ...

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