Airbus claimed victory over rival Boeing at the Paris Air Show with orders and commitments totaling 421 aircraft announced through the week, but Boeing’s 331 commercial airplane sales included a far larger number of higher value widebodies. Airbus sealed a last-minute deal with Budapest-based low-cost carrier Wizz Air, a fast growing airline that signed for 110 A321neos plus 90 purchase options Thursday, the last trade day of the show. That brought Airbus’ total commercial ...

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