Saturday, June 22, 2013

DTN News: Airbus Top Stories / Headlines News Dated June 22, 2013

DTN News: Airbus Top Stories / Headlines News Dated June 22, 2013
(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - June 22, 2013: Comprehensive daily news related to Airbus and associates respectively.
*Comprehensive daily news related to Airbus and associates respectively.
*International Media on AIRBUS Related News
Airbus bullish on outlook for wide-body aircraft orders |Companies ...
European Airbus SAS is bullish about orders from China for its wide-body planes, despite recent difficult negotiations over a carbon tax.
Spirit Airlines Orders 20 New Airbus A321 Aircraft - Nasdaq
Spirit Airlines and Airbus announced today that they have entered into an agreement for the firmorder of 20 Airbus A321 aircraft. These aircraft.
EasyJet plane order rekindles Airbus-Boeing subsidy row
PARIS (Reuters) – An order for more than 100 Airbus passenger jets by UK low-cost carrier easyJet has re-ignited a long-running trade spat between the European planemaker and U.S. rival Boeing . EasyJet announced the $10 billion order ...
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Airbus shows off new military transport plane
Airbus has booked 613 firm orders for the plane, 53 percent of which is composed of titanium and advanced aluminium alloys, and which has a list price that starts at $254.3 million for model that has 270 seats. It is expected to cut fuel consumption by ...
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Airbus wins order battle at Paris Airshow
The West Australian
European planemaker Airbus clinched deals for 90 more planes on Thursday, taking its orders and commitments at the world's top aviation fair to 466 aircraft worth $69 billion (44.54 billion pounds) at list prices. U.S. arch-rival Boeing Co said it had ...
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Spirit Orders 20 New Airbus A321 Aircraft
Spirit Airlines and Airbus announced that they have entered into an agreement for the firm order of 20 Airbus A321 aircraft. These aircraft are in addition to the 96 aircraft not yet delivered under Spirit's existing order and will be scheduled for ...
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Singapore Airlines Orders More Airbus A350s
Text Size. Singapore Airlines Orders More Airbus A350s. Jun 21, 2013 (Menafn - M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --Singapore Airlines (SIA) has increased its orders for the Airbus A350 XWB with an additional 30 A350-900s, plus options for a further 20 aircraft.
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Airbus-Boeing $129b order 'tests patience of buyers'
Times of Oman
Paris: Boeing and Airbus pulled in $129 billion in fresh business at the Paris Air Show with ordersfor 848 aircraft, straining their production lines as much as the patience of buyers forced to wait years for their jets. Airbus moved ahead with deals ...
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Airbus Calls 777X “Very Heavy Paper Aircraft
Aviation Week
Airbus reached orders and commitments for 466 additional aircraft of all series at the Paris air show. Included are commitments for 25 A350s from Air France, 30 for Singapore Airlines, 10 for United Airlines and four for SriLankan Airlines. Airbus also ...
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Plane makers squeeze suppliers as sales soar
PARIS (Reuters) – It should be a bonanza for suppliers: $135 billion (87.13 billion pounds) in neworders booked by Boeing and Airbus  at the Paris Airshow this week. Yet companies that make everything from overhead bins to cockpit ...
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Doric unveils $8 billion Airbus A380 order
... for this aircraft,” Mark Lapidus, chief executive of Doric Lease Corp, said at the Paris Airshow. “If anything, we are perhaps under-ordering the A380.” Airbus sales chief John Leahy reiterated his 2013 target for 25 A380 orders following the ...
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