At the 49th Paris Air Show in Le Bourget, Airbus won about US$72.2 billion worth of business. The EADS Company sets new records for any commercial aircraft manufacturer at any air show ever
Record of stroke deals. In total, the company has sold 730 aircrafts, along with 667 A320 Neo and 12 A380. The commitments comprise Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for 312 aircraft worth US$28.2 billion and firm purchase orders for 418 aircraft worth around US$44.0 billion.
Record of planes booked for a single command. Air Asia booked 200 aircrafts.
Record of the best-selling airliner in the history of commercial aviation. The A320neo Family backlog since its launch in December 2010 has indeed now reached 1,029 units.
The International Paris Air Show –Paris Le Bourget has been the premier and largest worldwide event dedicated to the aviation and space industry for a century.
The 19th edition of the Avalon International Airshow in Victoria was a frank success to all of the French exhibitors last week. The French delegation had the opportunity to expose their activities to some of the key actors of the Australian aerospace industry. The French Pavilion was set up jointly by a close collaboration between the French Trade Commission – Ubifrance and the French aerospace professional body - GIFAS.
An information day was held at the French Trade Commision – Ubifrance office in Sydney a day before the show (presentation and onsite visit), for a better understanding of the market and some key issues of the industry.
The seven companies of the delegation are now looking forward for to expending their activities in the southern hemisphere.
The highly acclaimed Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition has a long standing reputation as one of the largest and most comprehensive events of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
With an ongoing increase in the defence budget over the past 10 years, of which an important part is dedicated to the aeronautical field, Australia has become a major market in the South Asian and Pacific area.
Consequently, for the first time in a decade, Ubifrance in partnership with the French aeronautical industry association GIFAS, is holding a stand at Avalon Airshow. 7 French companies will showcase their products to the most influential civilian and military companies in the Australian Aerospace market.
More information on: http://www.airshow.net.au/avalon2011/exhibitors/program.html
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