Airbus completed a busy ILA Berlin Air Show with commitments from Finnair and Germania for five A321s and five A319s respectively, completing a three-day period that featured $15.3 billion in new business including Emirates' mega 32-unit A380 buy. Finnair's LOI covers the first A321s to be equipped with "sharklet" winglets with deliveries beginning in 2013.The order is valued at more than €400 million ($479.6 million) based on list prices, Finnair said, adding that ...

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