Airbus wins increased order from Saudi carrier for total sale of 90 A321 jets

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Saudi low-cost carrier Flynas announced a firm order to buy 10 Airbus A321XLR jets at the Dubai Air Show Tuesday, bringing a previous order of 80 Airbus planes up to 90.

The 10-plane purchase, valued at the 2018 list price of $1.42 billion, comes in addition to a 2017 order of 80 A320neo jets which was swapped in June for the larger A321XLR variants, bringing the total to 90 of the long-range A321 planes, which are part of the A321neo family. The jet is Airbus’ longest range single-aisle airliner.

A steep discount off the list price is typically negotiated by airlines. Read More

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