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Airbus gets US$22b China orders for 140 jets

The aircraft will be allocated to individual airline operators by state-owned China Aviation Supplies over the next five to six years
Friday, July 7, 2017 - 05:50

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From left, China Aviation Supplies vice-president Sun Bo, Mr Xi, Mr Enders and Mrs Merkel during the contract-signing ceremony for the jets in Berlin. Mr Enders says talks are underway regarding a deal for more A380 superjumbos to add to five sold to China Southern Airlines.

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AIRBUS SE won orders from China to supply 140 single-aisle and wide-body jets worth US$22 billion at list prices and said it's in talks to sell more A380 superjumbos as the Asian nation is set to become the world's largest aviation market.

The European planemaker secured an

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