Airbus said it reached agreements this week to sell 26 A330-200 freighters, with 20 going to US lessor Intrepid Leasing and six to India's Flyington Freighters, marking the first sales of an aircraft type launched last summer. The first delivery to Intrepid is expected in early 2010. "When we shifted our focus a few years back to widebody freighters, we began to keep a close eye on developments at Airbus," Intrepid Aviation CEO Ron Anderson said in a statement. "We are excited to be a launch ...

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