Airbus doubled its year-to-date commercial aircraft orderbook in April, firming new orders for 68 aircraft from three airlines—Bhutan’s Druk Air, US ultra-LCC Allegiant Air and Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)—and two undisclosed customers, valued at approximately $7.3 billion at list prices. Airbus’ A319neo secured its first new order since April 2017—shortly after its March 31, 2017 first flight—with an undisclosed customer’s order for 22 of the model, ...

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