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Monday, 2 July 2012

Airbus Updates No.728

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS

is reportedly in discussions with Airbus for the purchase of up to 4 A380 aircraft. unnamed airbus source says deal is in early stages

TURKISH AIRLINES

is reportedly ready to place a firm order for up to 10 A380 aircraft at this years Farnborough Airshow, some sources close to the deal believe an order of 10 may be placed with options taken out of a further 6 aircraft

QATAR AIRWAYS

is reported to have deferred delivery of its five ordered A380 aircraft and are awaiting confirmation that the crack problem in the wings has finally been resolved,
The airline is also expected to confirm at Farnborough that Airbus will be converting up to 18 A330 aircraft to Freighters for the airline.

AIR ASIA

is reported to be looking at ordering up to 50 additional A320 aircraft to fill the gap until their A320NEO's come on line in 2016.

MALAYSIAN AIRLINES

the airlines first A380 aircraft operated its first KUL-LHR-KUL service today (2nd July) arriving at Heathrow at 0545 and departing at 1141


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