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Airbus order intake in March brought this year’s total to 60 aircraft with no cancellations. It was unusual that all the orders were for widebodies, A330s and A350s. Industry officials had indicated Airbus’s deliberations over a possible A320-family reengining could crimp near-term prospects for single-aisle sales. Airbus also once again saw a shift from smaller narrowbodies to larger ones, with A319 orders declining a net 34 units. The A320 order book increased by 31 aircraft and A321 orders by three.