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9. Boeing and Air China Sign Agreement for 747-8 Intercontinentals09.03.2011   21:18 
Boeing and Air China signed an agreement for the purchase of five 747-8 Intercontinental jetliners. Air China is the first Chinese carrier to contract the passenger version of the new, fuel-efficient 747-8.   The agreement requires Chinese government approval, at which time it will be posted
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10. Thomas Cook Group signs firm order for 12 A321s with sharklets25.01.2011   21:55 
Thomas Cook Group has signed a firm order for 12 A321, as a first step of its single aisle fleet harmonisation and renewal plan which is based on the A320 Family. The aircraft will be fitted with the latest fuel saving wing-tip devices, known as Sharklets. In addition to the firm order, Thomas Cook
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11. LAN firms up commitment to order 50 A320 Family aircraft 23.12.2010   23:58 
LAN Airlines, one of Latin America's leading passenger and cargo airlines, signed a firm order for 50 new eco-efficient Airbus A320 Family aircraft, making it the largest single airline order for Airbus in Latin America. Initially announced as a Memorandum of Understanding at the Farnborough International
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12. Airbus offers new fuel saving engine options for A320 Family01.12.2010   23:16 
Airbus has decided to offer for its best-selling A320 Family new fuel saving engines as an option.  Airlines have the choice between CFM International’s LEAP-X engine and Pratt & Whitney’s PurePower PW1100G engine.  Known as the A320neo, this new engine option also incorporates
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