Airbus remained on a roll Tuesday at the Paris Air Show, announcing orders from CIT Group, JetBlue Airways, Garuda Indonesia and TransAsia.
Airbus remained on a roll Tuesday at the Paris Air Show, announcing orders from CIT Group, JetBlue Airways, Garuda Indonesia and TransAsia. Like Monday, orders and commitments were dominated by A320 family aircraft, particularly the re-engined A320neo. TransAsia Chairman Vincent Lin and Airbus COO-Customers John Leahy sign an MOU Tuesday at the Paris Air Show. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. In the first two days of the show, Airbus received commitments for 263 aircraft worth $26.1 billion ...
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