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Airbus strikes deals in China, India amid Brexit concerns

AFP
16/07/2018 | 503 words
European aerospace giant Airbus announced deals with Chinese, Indian and Taiwanese airlines on Monday, kicking off the Farnborough airshow in Britain on an upbeat note despite concerns about the effects of Brexit.China's Sichuan Airlines said it will be buying 10 A350 long-haul planes with a list price of $2.8 billion (2.4 billion euros), while India's Vistara signed a letter of intent to purchase 13 single-aisle A320neo aircraft.Taiwan's Starlux Airlines, which is developing a network across Asia and North America, said it had signed a memorandum of understanding for the (...)
 
 
 
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