Four Asian customers will buy 140 Airbus A320-family aircraft in four orders or intended orders announced on Sept. 25. Of those aircraft, 91 are for the re-engined NEO series. Two new Chinese entrants to passenger services are among the customers. Zhejiang Loong Air, based in the Chinese province Zhejiang and backed by the provincial government, has signed a memorandum of understanding for 11 A320CEO and nine A320NEO aircraft. The airline began operations in August 2012 as a freight ...
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