Airbus reported an order for 10 A320s on March 31 from Ireland's Aircraft Purchase Fleet, which combined with Korean Air's commitment for six A330-200s brought the manufacturer's order book for the month to 16 aircraft and it's year-to-date total net of cancellations to eight. It also has sold two A380s to KE and four A321s to Turkish Airlines this year but has seen orders for 14 A320 family aircraft cancelled (ATWOnline, March 2). In contrast, Boeing's net order book through the first ...

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