Pakistani carrier Airblue has confirmed it ordered 2 x A320 in October and is in discussions with Airbus to order 4 more widebodies to take the total to 6. The following is a fair use excerpt;
By Anand Krishnamoorthy
Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Airblue Ltd., Pakistan's second-biggest airline by market share, is in talks with Airbus SAS to buy six planes, including wide-body aircraft, as part of a plan to start flights to the U.K. next year.
The privately owned airline is in talks to buy A330 or A350 planes, for delivery after 2009 to serve new international routes, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, chief operating officer of Karachi-based Airblue, said in an interview in Mumbai. The purchase of a wide-body aircraft will be the first for the carrier, which last month placed orders with Airbus to buy two A320s totaling $133 million in value, based on list prices.
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The A330 seems most likely IMHO given they want 2009 delivery and only have US$12m in capital.