Airbus logged firm orders* for 22 commercial aircraft from six customers in March, following a disappointing February in which the Toulouse-based manufacturer did not report a single new order. Orders for eight A320neos were reportedly canceled during the month, but the customer was unidentified.  The company delivered 62 aircraft to 30 airlines and nine lessors. Meanwhile, Boeing booked firm orders for 124 commercial aircraft from nine unidentified customers and reported cancellations ...

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