Airbus Has Secured Orders From Four Different Airlines


Airbus has Secured Orders from Four Different Airlines

On May 2nd 2016, Neil Hodgson wrote an article for Liverpool Echo UK talking about how Airbus is celebrating on their recent success of securing orders from four different airlines. It seems as if the US based airlines, Delta Airlines placed an order with Airbus for 37 units of their A321ceo aircraft.Here is what Ed Bastian, Delta’s upcoming chief executive has to say about this.

"The Airbus A320 family of aircraft continues to be a cost-efficient, reliable and customer-pleasing mainstay of our narrow body fleet.”

It also seems like China Eastern Airlines confirmed its order of Airbus units as well. China Eastern Airlines is ordering 20 units of the Airbus A350XWB or extra wide body which pushes this particular aircraft into the realm that goes beyond 800 units.Here is what the chairman of China Eastern Airlines has to say about this order.

“The introduction of A350XWB will play a very important role in promoting our operational capability, profitability and service brand on our international long haul routes and opening a new chapter in the international development of China Eastern Airlines,”

says Liu Shaoyong.

It also seems like Philippine Airlines as finalized its order with Airbus as well. Philippine Airlines is ordering 6 units of the A350-900s with an additional six options. This order was announced during the Singapore Airshow which was held earlier this year.Here is what John Leah, the Airbus chief operating officer has to say about this.

“The order from Philippine Airlines underscores A350XWB’s position as the aircraft of choice in the larger twin aisle category.”


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