TAM Brazilian Airlines announced it selected the CFM56-5B to power 25 new A320s. The deal is worth $300 million at list prices, according to a CFMI spokesperson. TAM placed an order for 20 A320s plus 20 options at this year's Paris Air Show (ATWOnline¸ June 17), at which time it had a backlog of 10 A320s. It will begin taking delivery of its 25 new A320s in 2007 and still holds the 20 options. TAM also announced a 15-year OnPointSM Solutions service agreement with GE Aviation ...

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