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65. Qatar Airways Signs Agreement to Order Five More Boeing 777 Freighters
Qatar Airways has signed an agreement with Boeing to purchase five additional 777 Freighters. The deal, valued at $1.8 billion at list prices, was unveiled at the Paris Air Show and signed in the presence of His Excellency Jassim Saif Ahmed Al-Sulaiti, Qatari Minister of Transport and Communications.
66. IAG Signs LOI for up to 200 Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft
International Airlines Group (IAG) has signed a LOI with Boeing for up to 200 of the troubled Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, in a deal that would be valued at more than $24 billion if it is finalised.
67. Hyatt Signs First Alila Hotel in Europe
Hyatt has entered into a management agreement with Resort 4 SA, owned by Ben Golf Investissements SA, for Europeís first Alila branded resort. Overlooking a picturesque lake, Alila La GruyŤre will feature 85 rooms and 27 residences, a golf course and a wellness retreat.
68. Air Tahiti Orders Two ATR 42-600 STOL Aircraft
Air Tahiti has ordered two ATR 42-600S, the new version of the ATR 42 offering enhanced take-off and landing capabilities on short runways. ATR has started taking orders for the new aircraft, despite not having been approved by the companyís Board of Directors, a decision which is expected to be made before the end of the year.
69. IAG Orders 14 Airbus A321XLR Aircraft
International Airlines Group (IAG) has selected the A321XLR to expand its fleet of single aisle planes, with a firm order for 14 aircraft. Of these, eight are destined for Iberia and six for Aer Lingus.
70. Hi Fly Adds Three Airbus A319-100s to Fleet
Hi Fly, one of Europeís specialized wet lease airlines, has added three new Airbus A319-100s to its fleet. The aircraft have a total passenger capacity of between 144 and 150 passengers.
71. Korean Air Joins Airbus' Wing of Tomorrow Program
Korean Air has signed a Cooperation and Research Agreement with Airbus to partake in the Wing of Tomorrow Program. The Airbus Wing of Tomorrow program is a major international research and development activity aimed at creating new structural and systems architectures for carbon wings in order to improve aerodynamics and overall eco-efficiency of Airbus aircraft.
72. Safran Signs GTA with Pattonair
Pattonair has signed a global general terms of agreement (GTA) with Safran, one of the first contracts of its kind placed by the group with a distributor. The GTA was signed by Olivier Horaist, Safran VP for Production and Purchasing, and Wayne Hollinshead, CEO of Pattonair.

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