Saudi Arabian Airlines Receives Its First A330-300 Regional

Saudi Arabia’s national carrier Saudi Arabian Airlines has taken delivery of the first of 20 Airbus A330-300 Regional jets it has on order, making it the launch customer for this new member of the A330 family.

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Iran Air’s Airbus order was was signed by Farhad Parvaresh, the carrier’s chairman and CEO. It includes 73 Airbus widebody jets and 45 single-aisle aircraft.

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The A350-900 replacement deal forms part of a larger fleet-renewal order placed with Airbus by TAP Portugal. The order also includes 15 A320neos and 24 A321neos.

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IAG’s follow-on order comprises two Airbus A330-300s, two A330-200s and 15 A320neos. Airbus and IAG announced the order on November 9, at the Dubai Airshow 2015.

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The A350s and A330s are slated for Iberia’s fleet modernization and to open new long-haul routes, and the A320neos will be allocated to the group’s airlines for fleet replacement, according to Airbus.

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China Aviation Supplies Holding Company has signed a general terms agreement with Airbus for 45 A330-family aircraft and a memorandum of understanding covering options for 30 more.

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At the Paris Air Show on June 16, Airbus has announced commitments from Asian carriers EVA Air and Peach Aviation, for four A330-300s and three A320s respectively.

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At the Paris Air Show 2015 on June 15, Saudia Arabian Airlines announced orders for 20 Airbus A330-300 Regional widebodies and 30 more Airbus A320s, becoming the launch customer for the A330-300 Regional.

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Upon signing its initial commitment in July at the Farnborough International Airshow 2014, Avolon became one of the launch customers of the Airbus A330neo family.

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This is the largest single order to date for the Airbus A330 family and reaffirms AirAsia X’s position as the biggest A330 airline customer worldwide, having now ordered a total of 91 A330-family jets.

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In addition to its 50-aircraft order of November 20 and its order for 10 A330-300s from September 2013, Delta also has 45 Airbus A321s on firm order, bringing its total Airbus backlog to 105 aircraft.

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Airbus has decided to launch development and production of five new Beluga outsize-cargo transporters, to accompany the ramp-up of A350 XWB production and other aircraft production-rate increases.

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Its LOI makes Transaero Airlines the fifth launch customer for the Airbus A330neo family and the first European airline to commit to the re-engined A330.

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Announcing its 25-aircraft Airbus A330neo launch commitment on July 14 on the first day of the Farnborough International Airshow 2014, Air Lease Corporation simultaneously placed a firm order for 60 Airbus A321neo single-aisle aircraft.

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With the signing of a series of agreements on March 26 in Paris, Airbus and China have laid the foundation for extending their cooperation farther into the future. China Aviation Supplies Holding Company and Airbus have also signed a general terms agreement covering orders for 70 Airbus jets.

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Skymark Airlines has taken delivery of the first two new Airbus A330-300s out of a total of 10 on lease, becoming the first Japanese carrier to operate the Airbus A330 widebody.

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Argentina’s flagship carrier will deploy its new Airbus A330-200 widebody jets on its medium- and long-haul routes from its hub at Buenos Aires’ Ministro Pistarini International Airport to destinations throughout Latin America, Europe and the United States.

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The contract is the largest Airbus A330 firm order received by the manufacturer in a single agreement and increases AirAsia X’s total firm orders for the type to 51 aircraft. They will be supplemented by another six A330-300s leased from International Lease Finance Corporation, in a deal agreed in August 2012.

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Algeria’s flag carrier Air Algérie has signed a memorandum of understanding for three more new Airbus A330-200 passenger aircraft, to help fuel the carrier’s continued growth plans.

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