Kuwait firm orders 35 more A320neo jets for $3.4 billion

Airbus employees work on the door mechanism in a Single Aisle A320 production line at the Airbus facility in Finkenwerder near Hamburg January 17, 2012. Reuters

SINGAPORE: A Kuwait-based leasing firm has ordered 35 more Airbus A320neo planes for $3.4 billion based on catalogue prices, the European aircraft maker said Tuesday.

The purchase will be in addition to 50 A320neo aircraft ordered by the Aviation Lease and Finance Company (ALAFCO) at the Dubai Airshow last year, Airbus said in a statement.





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