BAHRAIN—CFM International signed two $1 billion contracts at the Bahrain International Air Show Nov. 15 involving Bahrain flag-carrier Gulf Air and Dammam, Saudi Arabia-based SaudiGulf Airlines. Gulf Air’s $1 billion contract covers the maintenance of 65 Leap-1A engines, which power the Bahrain carrier’s Airbus A320neos. Gulf Air began flying the A320neo in August. The 10-year Rate per Flight Hour maintenance contract means Gulf Air will pay CFM for maintenance on a dollar ...

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