Airbus wins $4-bln order from Cathay Pacific

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2017/09/13 | 139 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

Airbus said Wednesday it has finalised a more than $4 billion order with Cathay Pacific for 32 of its A321neo aircraft to revamp the Hong Kong-based carrier's regional affiliate.The single-aisle medium-haul jets will be operated by Cathay Dragon which flies from Hong Kong to a number of Asian destinations, Airbus said in a statement. A preliminary agreement had been signed in August.The A321neo planes "will replace and modernise Cathay Dragon's current in-service fleet of 15 A320s and eight ...(…)

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