Airbus led Boeing in November for new commercial aircraft orders, totaling 248 aircraft orders versus Boeing’s 221. Airbus’s new orders came from nine customers: Delta Air Lines, with 50 (25 A330-900s and 25 A350-900s); Azul Brazilian Airlines, with 35 (25 A320neos and 10 A321neos); CIT Leasing, with 20 (15 A330-900s and five A321ceos); JetBlue, with ten A321neos (converted from 10 A321ceos); Frontier Airlines, with nine A321ceos; Air Mauritius, with four A350-900s; and two ...

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