Paris Air Show has not even started and Airbus has already sold 70 jets

Commercial director of the manufacturer, Christian Scherer revealed an order for 60 aircraft of the A320neo family by a lessor and 10 A350 by a “major airline”

Airbus is expected to start the Paris Air Show in the coming days in style by anticipating having closed orders for 70 aircraft on Friday.

Christian Scherer, the manufacturer’s commercial director, revealed two orders, the first for 60 A320neo family jets for a lessor

Additionally, a “major airline” has closed a deal for 10 A350s – details on variants were not shared.

According to the executive, business is returning strongly, according to statements given to a group of journalists, including Reuters.

Airbus A350

Airbus should have several announcements at Le Bourget, but not just at the air show, such is the market heating up.

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Scherer also highlighted that demand has grown, including in the widebodies category, which had been greatly affected in recent years.


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