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Topic: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: AeroPiggot
Posted 2009-12-03 10:32:14 and read 22729 times.

It has been announce that Airbus sold 52 A320 to an unnamed airlines, anyone care to speculate? United.....Ryanair???

http://www.reuters.com/article/marke...sNews/idCNGEE5B21PU20091203?rpc=44

[Edited 2009-12-03 10:39:01]

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: EbbUK
Posted 2009-12-03 10:48:26 and read 22612 times.

Either Ryanair or ILFC swapping 10 A380s?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Ammunition
Posted 2009-12-03 11:14:49 and read 22414 times.

52 is too small for FR I think.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Solnabo
Posted 2009-12-03 11:40:32 and read 22163 times.

.
Me think Middle East or Asian carrier.

How many 738s are there in FR fleet now?

Great news.

// Mike   

[Edited 2009-12-03 11:46:16 by solnabo]

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Ammunition
Posted 2009-12-03 11:44:23 and read 22094 times.

Yes, I think QR for regional ops, or GF in line with their new strategy.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Scbriml
Posted 2009-12-03 11:46:07 and read 22057 times.



Quoting Ammunition (Reply 4):
Yes, I think QR for regional ops, or GF in line with their new strategy.

I think 52 would be too many for both those airlines.

How about UA?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Flyinryan99
Posted 2009-12-03 12:21:00 and read 21710 times.



Quote:
PARIS, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Airbus sold 52 A320 single-aisle jetliners worth $4 billion in an unexpected bounce in plane demand in November, but the name of the airline betting on a recovery in depressed travel demand was kept under wraps.

Which airline has stated in filings or press releases they are forecasting better times ahead? I remember a Delta release not too long ago saying they think things have bottomed out, but I highly doubt it's DL. I highly doubt it's UA also as they continue to forecast negative numbers....What about jetBlue or Frontier/Republic? Unfortunately, I cannot remember what they have said with regards to rebounds.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Vio
Posted 2009-12-03 12:33:44 and read 21568 times.

Didn't Airbus sell (will sell) over 50 A320s to Wizzair?

Edit to include link:
http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre...ems/09_06_18_wizz_air_50_a320.html

[Edited 2009-12-03 12:34:35]

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Thorben
Posted 2009-12-03 12:38:31 and read 21473 times.

Wouldn't most airlines have to publish the order, too?? To inform their share holders of a major business decision with financial impact? So I guess it must be some government controlled airline from the Middle East.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Solnabo
Posted 2009-12-03 12:39:43 and read 21477 times.



Quoting Vio (Reply 7):
Didn't Airbus sell (will sell) over 50 A320s to Wizzair?

IIRC firm orders


 Confused

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: S4popo
Posted 2009-12-03 12:41:12 and read 21440 times.

What is the benefit to keeping this type of news a secret? You know it will come out, sooner or later.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Lumberton
Posted 2009-12-03 13:41:48 and read 20491 times.



Quoting Ammunition (Reply 4):
I think QR for regional ops

I agree with you on QR. Mr. al Baker threatened (I think that's accurate) to start an LCC at some point.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Jfk777
Posted 2009-12-03 13:59:55 and read 20075 times.

United to go with all those cancelled Usairways Airbus jets.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Viscount724
Posted 2009-12-03 14:06:43 and read 19892 times.



Quoting Thorben (Reply 8):
Wouldn't most airlines have to publish the order, too?? To inform their share holders of a major business decision with financial impact? So I guess it must be some government controlled airline from the Middle East.

.

If they're privately-held they don't have to release financial figures, for example Virgin Atlantic, Virgin America, also Porter Airliines in Canada. They may choose to do so and in some cases may be required to publish certain figures by their regulatory authorities, but far less informatioln that if they were quoted on stock exchanges.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Scouseflyer
Posted 2009-12-03 14:13:19 and read 19759 times.



Quoting Solnabo (Reply 9):
IIRC firm orders

According to the same sheet they were firmed on the 1ist of July this year.

Mysetery indeed!

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Jfk777
Posted 2009-12-03 14:15:59 and read 19721 times.



Quoting Scouseflyer (Reply 14):
According to the same sheet they were firmed on the 1ist of July this year.

Mysetery indeed!

Delta to replace all the NW DC-9's which should have been sent to the grave years ago.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: N7190JR
Posted 2009-12-03 14:51:52 and read 19082 times.



Quoting Jfk777 (Reply 15):
Delta to replace all the NW DC-9's which should have been sent to the grave years ago.

Could this be taken to mean A320 series? or does it match up on the spreadsheets as an A320 order......Because i can see A319 as a better fit then the 320 for DL to replace D9S, D94, D95.

I was going to see if any of the #'s match (ex. how many Dc-9s Delta has, to help confirm or deny this theory) on widgetheads.net but unfortunatly the site is down.

N7190JR

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Aviationbuff
Posted 2009-12-03 16:13:05 and read 18051 times.



Quoting Ammunition (Reply 4):
Yes, I think QR for regional ops, or GF in line with their new strategy.

QR - I have serious concerns considering the reputation of Mr. Baker. He loves to hog the limelight and if there was an order at all, he will not keep it in wraps.

GF - I feel that 52 is too much for them for the time being.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Clemsonaj
Posted 2009-12-03 16:20:04 and read 17918 times.



Quoting N7190JR (Reply 16):
I was going to see if any of the #'s match (ex. how many Dc-9s Delta has, to help confirm or deny this theory) on widgetheads.net but unfortunatly the site is down.

The site went down last week(ish). There's an entire thread devoted to these issues.

There are 68 DC9 series aircraft in the fleet according to wikipedia and 69 according to delta.com, however that doesn't necessarily mean they're all in service. It doesn't make sense for them to order aircraft at the present time (they have tons) and I seem to recall reading on another thread that they're not ordering anything else with the exception of all the second hand MD-90s they can get.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Stitch
Posted 2009-12-03 16:49:25 and read 17605 times.



Quoting Aviationbuff (Reply 17):
QR - I have serious concerns considering the reputation of Mr. Baker. He loves to hog the limelight and if there was an order at all, he will not keep it in wraps.

On the flip side, he kept silent on the 787 order for some time. It wasn't until the roll-out event in 2007 that seeing the logo on ZA001 and in the video showed they had ordered it and even then it didn't come off the UFO field for months.

So perhaps QR have ordered the A320 replacement and when Airbus rolls it out in the latter half of the next decade, we'll see the QR logo on the jet?  Silly

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Cerecl
Posted 2009-12-03 16:50:51 and read 17576 times.



Quoting Jfk777 (Reply 12):
United to go with all those cancelled Usairways Airbus jets.

Didn't UA cancel 42 A320 not long ago? It would have been a remarkable reversal of fleet planning...

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: SolarFlyer22
Posted 2009-12-03 16:56:48 and read 17483 times.

Air Arabia? They fly that model only and are Middle Eastern/Gov't entity.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Zone1
Posted 2009-12-03 16:57:14 and read 17483 times.

If it was UA I would assume it would show up with an order for A350s also.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Lightsaber
Posted 2009-12-03 17:01:20 and read 17438 times.



Quoting Ammunition (Reply 2):
52 is too small for FR I think.

I agree. FR would have been 200+.

I am curious. I doubt DL, but it is a chance. This is facinating, for the order is too small for many operators and too large for others.

I'm very curious as there is no obvious candidate.

Lightsaber

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Mariner
Posted 2009-12-03 18:23:02 and read 16750 times.



Quoting Flyinryan99 (Reply 6):
What about jetBlue or Frontier/Republic? Unfortunately, I cannot remember what they have said with regards to rebounds.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if Frontier/Republic placed an A320 order. I would fall over in shock and need CPR if they ordered 52.

Quoting Cerecl (Reply 21):
Didn't UA cancel 42 A320 not long ago? It would have been a remarkable reversal of fleet planning...

Depends. Prices have fallen, some say "significantly," so United could have cancelled the old order and made a new and better deal.

Quoting Lightsaber (Reply 24):
This is facinating, for the order is too small for many operators and too large for others.

 checkmark 

mariner

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: LH506
Posted 2009-12-03 18:46:06 and read 17004 times.

my bets are on EasyJet, GF, QR or something completly out of the blue like SAS, Virgin America,

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: 777ER
Posted 2009-12-03 18:53:16 and read 17927 times.

How about JQ for their expanding operations?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Blueman87
Posted 2009-12-03 19:32:12 and read 17575 times.

B6 so they can bring more place's together

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Olympic472
Posted 2009-12-03 20:07:04 and read 17319 times.

For what it is worth, A321 for UAL.

 scratchchin  I guess they have 95, B752.
If they keep the 35, ETOPS and p.s. 752
then the number is close to the 52.  thumbsup 

This scenario may also mean a split order with the 763 replacement going to Boeing.  twocents 

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Gigneil
Posted 2009-12-03 20:09:46 and read 17279 times.



Quoting Jfk777 (Reply 12):
United to go with all those cancelled Usairways Airbus jets.

I can't think of a single cancelled US Airways order for Airbus. Could you point me to one?

Quoting Olympic472 (Reply 29):
For what it is worth, A321 for UAL.

The narrowbody decision has been put off for 2010. Only widebodies for now.

NS

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Asiaflyer
Posted 2009-12-03 20:48:53 and read 16967 times.



Quoting Cerecl (Reply 21):
Didn't UA cancel 42 A320 not long ago? It would have been a remarkable reversal of fleet planning...



Quoting Mariner (Reply 25):
Prices have fallen, some say "significantly," so United could have cancelled the old order and made a new and better deal.

UA still has 42 A319-A320 on order in Airbus orderbook.
IIRC UA only wrote off the deposits in their own books.

What is TK's future NB plan? Will they go for only 737's in the future.
TK has no A320 orders outstanding.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: UAEflyer
Posted 2009-12-03 20:54:00 and read 16917 times.



Quoting SolarFlyer22 (Reply 22):
Air Arabia? They fly that model only and are Middle Eastern/Gov't entity.

Air Arabia maybe who placed that order, with a big doubt, due to the financial crisis.
Furthermore Air Arabia is a private company listed in Dubai financial market, actually it is one of the most traded companies in the market.
http://www.dfm.ae/pages/default.aspx?c=1011&smb=AIRARABIA

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: YVRLTN
Posted 2009-12-03 20:59:15 and read 16848 times.

How many outstanding orders do Air Asia, AZ (Air One order), LH & BA have??

How about AC? Many A32S are getting on now.

Otherwise would have to agree U2, B6 or UA.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Aviators99
Posted 2009-12-03 21:15:48 and read 16794 times.



Quoting LH506 (Reply 26):
... Virgin America,

This would cause some people on this message board to EXPLODE!

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: United1
Posted 2009-12-03 21:34:03 and read 16769 times.



Quoting Gigneil (Reply 30):
I can't think of a single cancelled US Airways order for Airbus. Could you point me to one?

US didn't cancell any orders but they did defer delivery of 54 Airbus jets till 2013 and beyond.

Quoting Gigneil (Reply 30):
Quoting Olympic472 (Reply 29):
For what it is worth, A321 for UAL.

The narrowbody decision has been put off for 2010. Only widebodies for now.

Thats whats been rumored but AFAIK UA never announced that officially.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: MSYPI7185
Posted 2009-12-03 21:37:27 and read 16757 times.



Quoting Jfk777 (Reply 12):
United to go with all those cancelled Usairways Airbus jets.

US deferred delivery, but still plan to take these jets as they are to replace 737's.
The orders were not cancelled. Just slowed the delivery schedule if you will.

MD

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Ammunition
Posted 2009-12-03 21:40:23 and read 16809 times.



Quoting YVRLTN (Reply 33):
How many outstanding orders do Air Asia,

Air Asia have about 110 outstanding, I doubt very much the possibility of them ordering any more- especially when we consider deferrals!

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: United1
Posted 2009-12-03 21:50:58 and read 16814 times.



Quoting MSYPI7185 (Reply 37):
The orders were not cancelled. Just slowed the delivery schedule if you will.

Very true but it did open up near term delivery slots.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: DALCE
Posted 2009-12-03 22:26:21 and read 16835 times.

How about LH, they still have quite a fleet of classic 737's with the oldest over 23 years old.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Columba
Posted 2009-12-03 22:46:33 and read 16825 times.



Quoting DALCE (Reply 40):
How about LH, they still have quite a fleet of classic 737's with the oldest over 23 years old.

They placed an order for A32x about two years ago and I believe they still have options/purchase rights for the E190s and the CSeries.

The article says A320 and not A320 family, so I believe it is not United.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: T8KE0FF
Posted 2009-12-03 23:45:11 and read 15509 times.

How about DJ In Australia? They could now reach Singapore from some places with A320's???

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: 777ER
Posted 2009-12-04 00:05:16 and read 15360 times.



Quoting T8KE0FF (Reply 42):

Why order A320s when the B739ER would be able to also?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: BlueSky1976
Posted 2009-12-04 00:14:51 and read 15259 times.

If the order is for A321s, it's United and it might be a prelude to their upcomming A350-800/-900/-1000 order.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: LifelinerOne
Posted 2009-12-04 00:18:19 and read 15212 times.



Quoting BlueSky1976 (Reply 44):
If the order is for A321s, it's United and it might be a prelude to their upcomming A350-800/-900/-1000 order.

It's for A320's and United is said to postpone it's narrowbody order to 2010.

Cheers!  wave 

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Someone83
Posted 2009-12-04 00:25:54 and read 15097 times.



Quoting LifelinerOne (Reply 45):
It's for A320's

Well, a 320 order often means the 32x series. I.e it could be 319, 320, 321 or a mix of the three


...and yes, I rule out the 318 as its "dead"

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: ComeAndGo
Posted 2009-12-04 00:41:25 and read 14868 times.

How about Nelman's new brazilian airline ?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: KingFriday013
Posted 2009-12-04 01:14:40 and read 14457 times.



Quoting ComeAndGo (Reply 47):
How about Nelman's new brazilian airline ?

Aren't they sticking with the E-jets? I wouldn't think they would introduce a new type quite yet, if at all.

-J.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: FD728
Posted 2009-12-04 01:52:09 and read 14022 times.

I wouldn't rule out Allegiant. They started looking for possible Mad Dog replacements this year.

Maybe even SAS now that they have almost finished reforming their regional fleet.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Stylo777
Posted 2009-12-04 03:26:00 and read 13232 times.



Quoting Asiaflyer (Reply 30):
What is TK's future NB plan? Will they go for only 737's in the future.
TK has no A320 orders outstanding.

earlier this year they said they´re going to place a huge wide and narrow body order. as they published already their plans and orders for the wide bodies the NB one is still pending. also the number they talked about was something around 50 so it is a possible airline...

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Markdirk
Posted 2009-12-04 06:33:31 and read 11434 times.

Could it be for the "NEW EASTERN AIRLINES" in the USA?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Thorben
Posted 2009-12-05 11:36:24 and read 8259 times.



Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 13):
If they're privately-held they don't have to release financial figures, for example Virgin Atlantic, Virgin America, also Porter Airliines in Canada. They may choose to do so and in some cases may be required to publish certain figures by their regulatory authorities, but far less informatioln that if they were quoted on stock exchanges.

Yes, but this rules out a lot of candidates, doesn't it?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: CEO@AFG
Posted 2009-12-05 11:54:20 and read 8333 times.

SAS.... Bwha, ha, ha, ha, ha  laughing  They only just scraped into black figures in Q3 for the first time in I don't know how many years.

I think it's either for a South American airline or an Asian airline. No guesses though.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: AirNz
Posted 2009-12-05 14:08:10 and read 8036 times.



Quoting 777ER (Reply 41):
Why order A320s when the B739ER would be able to also?

So equally, why order B737ER's when the A320 can do the same job?  smile 

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: PlanesNTrains
Posted 2009-12-06 00:25:46 and read 7467 times.



Quoting AirNz (Reply 52):
Quoting 777ER (Reply 41):
Why order A320s when the B739ER would be able to also?

So equally, why order B737ER's when the A320 can do the same job?

Doesn't Virgin Blue fly the 737NG already? Wouldn't it make more sense to stick to a common fleet, all things being equal? I think that was the point.

Or is there a backstory to your reply that I'm missing?

-Dave

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Mandala499
Posted 2009-12-06 01:01:50 and read 7439 times.

There are rumours going around here in Indonesia that it's for Garuda... either them or for Citilink... sounds a bit far fetched, but a couple of Airbus guys were here a few weeks ago.

Air Asia could order those too...

But as the saying goes... it's anyone's guess...

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: KingFriday013
Posted 2009-12-17 13:49:32 and read 6267 times.

It's been almost two weeks since anyone's said anything. Do we know anything new? Am I just not looking hard enough? Did Ryanair actually get Airbus to sell them aircraft?  Wink

-J.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: TISTPAA727
Posted 2009-12-17 16:44:45 and read 5854 times.

I think it was said in the Boeing orders thread it was likely for someone with poor financials (possibly an Indian carrier).

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Stitch
Posted 2009-12-17 17:49:20 and read 5734 times.

Perhaps a lessor with a dicey parent like ILFC or RBS?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Zeke
Posted 2009-12-17 19:35:35 and read 5559 times.



Quoting Stitch (Reply 57):
Perhaps a lessor with a dicey parent like ILFC or RBS?

I was thinking the possibility of freighters, the timing of the order could also correlate to when the A320/A321 freighters would be available, they are supposed to have an EIS in 2012Q1.

This could be a lessor positioning their fleet to have the older A320/321 aircraft undergo P2F conversion, and the new aircraft in as replacements commanding higher passenger lease rates.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Stitch
Posted 2009-12-17 21:02:20 and read 5377 times.



Quoting Zeke (Reply 58):
This could be a lessor positioning their fleet to have the older A320/321 aircraft undergo P2F conversion, and the new aircraft in as replacements commanding higher passenger lease rates.

That does sound sensible.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: BoeingVista
Posted 2009-12-17 21:31:38 and read 5309 times.



Quoting Zeke (Reply 58):

I was thinking the possibility of freighters, the timing of the order could also correlate to when the A320/A321 freighters would be available, they are supposed to have an EIS in 2012Q1.

I was thinking the timing coincided with the availibility of sharklets on the A321 which promises range / payload improvements to make it a better 757 replacement, now who has 52 757's and likes tricky financing?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Zeke
Posted 2009-12-17 22:00:13 and read 5248 times.



Quoting BoeingVista (Reply 60):
now who has 52 757's and likes tricky financing?

BA and NW have around 50 752s.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: BoeingVista
Posted 2009-12-17 22:36:01 and read 5172 times.



Quoting Zeke (Reply 61):

BA and NW have around 50 752s.

Pretty sure that BA have retired all their 757's apart from Openskies, United have exactly 52 757's though.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Scouseflyer
Posted 2009-12-18 00:52:05 and read 4863 times.

I was wondering BA too as now would be the wrong time to announce a multi-billion dollar order whilst they're in dispute with the staff!

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Slz396
Posted 2009-12-18 01:47:45 and read 4717 times.



Quoting BoeingVista (Reply 62):
United have exactly 52 757's though

Well well... and they have ordered the A350XWB too.... Could we say they are the top candidate then?

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Burkhard
Posted 2009-12-18 02:28:49 and read 4582 times.



Quoting Slz396 (Reply 64):
Well well... and they have ordered the A350XWB too.... Could we say they are the top candidate then?

I would consider this a bigger news than many others...

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: MEA-707
Posted 2009-12-18 04:20:53 and read 4181 times.



Quoting BoeingVista (Reply 62):
United have exactly 52 757's though.

United has 97 Boeing 757s... Not that I´d rule them out. I can imagine half of these being replaced with A-320 family members and they keep the newer 45 for routes like ORD-MEX on which the 757 (hot and high and more cargo) will still be better suited then a pimped up A-321.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Stitch
Posted 2009-12-18 07:34:20 and read 3871 times.

I thought UA, as well, even though they had said they were not going to pursue their narrowbody order in 2009.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: FlyBeQ400
Posted 2009-12-18 07:53:12 and read 3790 times.

It's for Tiger Airways out of Singapore apparently. Name to be revealed after financing package is in place. I'm looking for the relevant news article now, think it was in Straits times a couple of weeks ago.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: Flybeq400
Posted 2009-12-18 08:00:04 and read 3733 times.

My bad apparently Tiger has 66 firm orders already... The article I was thinking of just referred to their IPO plans financing 50 Airbus, but it makes sense that these are part of the original order.

Topic: RE: Airbus Sold 52 A320s To Who?
Username: N623JB
Posted 2009-12-18 08:07:45 and read 3699 times.

Wat's the chance of JetBlue getting some of the "52 A320s"?


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