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UPDATED: Paris Air Show plane-order wrapup

The Paris Air Show is always used to announce sales of airpanes and new models aircraft makers plan to build. Here are two articles, one about Airbus getting more orders than Boeing at the show, and a wrapup on how Airbus's largest customer will soon be Air Asia from Malaysia.

UPDATED: Paris Air Show plane-order wrapup

The Paris Air Show is always used to announce sales of airpanes and new models aircraft makers plan to build. Here are two articles, one about Airbus getting more orders than Boeing at the show, and a  wrapup on how Airbus's largest customer will soon be Air Asia from Malaysia.

UPDATE: And we found another one about the possibility of American Airlines buying 100 Airbus jets, which would be a first for a carrier with an all-Boeing fleet.

Tom Belden
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