Video: Air Arabia orders 120 Airbus planes for $14 billion
The order consists of 70 A320neo 20 A321 XLR and remaining A321neo.
Sharjah's Air Arabia on Monday ordered 120 Airbus aircraft for A320 family airplanes worth $14 billion.
The order consists of 70 A320 neo 20 A321 XLR and remaining A321neo.
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"We are happy that new order this will take us to grow the business beyond 2020 and continue to offer new modern planes," said Adel Ali, CEO of Air Arabia.
"It takes a long time to achieve such deals and I thank Airbus team in Dubai and our team for spending long hours and nights to achieve the deal," he said, adding that the next stage is to look for engines which are best operationally.
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