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“The leaving sales chief John Leahy will try to close orders at the November aeroshow in Dubai.” said Bloomberg.
And even though the A380 deals are not only made with Emirates, an order from this Gulf carrier is the key one. There are talks of approximately 20 pieces of these air giants for nearly $ 9 billion.
“Airbus seems to feel that production with small orders ranging from 5 to 10 pieces of A380s will not hold.” add Blooomberg.
These – quoted – small orders are expected, according to background information, from owner of British Airways AIG, Japanese ANA or Thai Airways International. The A380 can accommodate 550 passengers in a standard layout. At the Paris aeroshow, Airbus introduced a slightly modified version of this plane – A380 plus which added winglets to help save fuel. The company also wants to change the seat layout so that 80 seats are added to the standard version. Which should reduce the cost per passenger by 13 percent.
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