11-Jun-2010 8:40 AM

Airbus wins orders, commitments for 67 aircraft at Berlin Air Show

Airbus announced (10-Jun-2010) it received commitments covering 67 aircraft, valued at over USD15.3 billion at list prices at the 2010 ILA Berlin Air Show. These commitments include a firm order from Emirates for 32 A380 aircraft, plus the following MoUs for a further 35 aircraft, totalling around USD3.8 billion:

  • TAM Airlines: Five A350-900s and 20 A320 family aircraft (comprising six A319s, seven A320s and seven A321s)
  • Finnair: Five A321s. These aircraft will come equipped with the new performance-enhancing “Sharklet” wingtip device option;
  • Germania: Five A319. [more]

Airbus: “The recessionary tide has turned, and our success at this show proves yet again the world airlines’ clear preference for the superior aircraft of Airbus. What we have seen at ILA are green shoots of industry recovery. There is more to come as the industry picks up,” John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer, Customer. Source: Airbus, 10-Jun-2010.

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