China inks agreement for 42 A320s and 18 A330s

Credit: Courtesy, Airbus
China Aviation Supplies Holding Co. (CASC) has signed a provisional agreement to buy 60 Airbus aircraft, comprising 42 A320 family aircraft and 18 A330s. The “general terms agreement,” signed by CASC president Li Hai and Airbus CEO Fabrice Brégier, was one of a number of France-China agreements...

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