Aircraft procurement company China Aviation Supplies Holding Co. (CAS) has signed a general terms agreement (GTA) covering 100 Airbus A320-family aircraft and 40 A350s. Airbus said the GTA, which was signed during a Berlin visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, reflects strong demand from Chinese domestic, regional, low-cost and long-haul airlines. Airbus CEO Tom Enders called China “one of the world’s most important markets for aviation” as it rapidly grows and develops ...

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