Airbus logged orders from five customers for a combined total of 17 commercial aircraft in May. Rival Boeing confirmed orders from four customers, three of whom were unidentified, for a total of 10 commercial aircraft. Additionally, Boeing posted an order from an unidentified private/VIP customer for a 737 MAX, and Airbus logged the first order for its ACJ320neo corporate jet, from UK-based executive-charter provider Acropolis Aviation. As of May 31, Airbus has logged 245 gross commercial ...

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