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Paris Air Show: Airbus Commercial Aircraft secures almost $40 billion of new aircraft orders

Paris Air Show: Airbus Commercial Aircraft secures almost $40 billion of new aircraft orders

A320neo continues to demonstrate strong market appeal
Airbus’ backlog extends to a new industry record of more than 6,800 aircraft

Focus turns to commercial airliner delivery and ramp-up

Airbus A350 XWB Demo Flight at Paris Air Show 2015. Photo Credit: Airbus

Le Bourget, Paris, 22 June 2017 – Providing strong evidence that the commercial aircraft market remains healthy, Airbus announced $39.7 billion worth of new business during the 2017 Paris Air Show. The company won commitments for a total of 326 aircraft, including firm orders for 144 aircraft worth $18.5 billion and MoUs for 182 aircraft worth $21.2 billion.

A320 Family aircraft sales and commitments were robust, with business accounting for a total of 306 aircraft worth $33.8 billion. This total comprises 132 firm orders worth $14.7 billion, and MoUs for 174 aircraft worth 19.1 billion. In the Widebody segment, Airbus won firm orders for 20 aircraft worth $5.9 billion, comprising 12 firm orders worth $3.6 billion and MoUs for eight aircraft worth 2.3 billion.
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