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Air Arabia spreads its wings with 34 new Airbus A320s

Air Arabia spreads its wings with 34 new Airbus A320s
12 November 2007 Press Release

Air Arabia, the first and largest low cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, has signed a firm contract for 34 Airbus A320 aircraft with an option for 15 more. The airline, based at Sharjah International Airport, United Arab Emirates, has yet to specify the engines to be installed on it...

Airbus A320 Family first to be approved for new precision Microwave Landing System

12 November 2007 Press Release

Airbus' A320 Family obtained Category IIIb approval for the first time on a commercial aircraft, for a new precision approach and landing system called the Microwave Landing System (MLS) that increases airport capacity. The approval was granted by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Fir...

National Air Services (NAS) firms up purchase of 20 A320 Family aircraft

National Air Services (NAS) firms up purchase of 20 A320 Family aircraft
11 November 2007 Press Release

Riyadh based National Air Services (NAS) has signed a firm contract to buy 20 Airbus A320 Family aircraft for the company?s budget airline arm, nasair, following an earlier agreement signed at the 47th International Paris Air Show in Le Bourget. The agreement includes 18 purchase rights.

 

nasair i...

C-Jet orders an Airbus ACJ

C-Jet orders an Airbus ACJ
11 November 2007 Press Release

C Jet Limited, the aviation company of a private individual based in Hong Kong, has placed a firm order for an Airbus Corporate Jetliner (ACJ), becoming a new customer.

 

C Jet Ltd?s Airbus ACJ will feature a luxurious interior based on the Prestige cabin-concept, which features a lounge, dining ar...

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