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- 65. Indigo Partners Signs MOU for 50 Airbus A321XLR Aircraft
Indigo Partners has signed a MOU with Airbus for 50 of the new A321XLR aircraft. Twenty of the A321XLRs will be allocated to Wizz Air, 18 to Frontier, and 12 to JetSMART.
- 66. 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.
- 67. 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.
- 68. 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.
- 69. 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.
- 70. 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.
- 71. 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.
- 72. 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.
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