Airbus is finishing strong in Dubai after receiving a commitment for 70 A320s from AerCap, the Amsterdam-based leasing and asset management firm formerly known as debis AirFinance. AerCap signed a letter of intent yesterday. It ordered 31 A320s in 1999 and the new deal will raise its Airbus portfolio to more than 170 aircraft. "We are excited about building on the longstanding relationship between Airbus and AerCap with this new order. It will further strengthen our position as a leading ...

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