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Airbus signed deals worth $75 billion

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Airbus Group announced that the group won deals worth $75.3 billion for 496 aircraft during the firm's record-breaking 2014 Farnborough International Airshow.




Airbus said the deals comprise memoranda of understanding (MoUs) for 138 aircraft worth $36.9 billion and purchase orders for 358 aircraft worth $38.4 billion.

John Leahy, Airbus CEO, Customers, said: "The orders and commitments we've received at this record-breaking Farnborough for both the A330neo and A320neo families are together an unequivocally resounding endorsement for these most cost-efficient aircraft."

"For both our single-aisle and wide body categories, the high representation of lessors - widely regarded as the global barometer of the industry - is indicative of the long-term confidence in the capacity needs for sustainable growth for the airlines in the years ahead," added Leahy.


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