Chinese company China Aviation Supplies Holding issued an order for the purchase of 300 aircraft from the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus for a total amount of $35 billion. The order included 290 narrow-bodied A320 aircraft and 10 A320 airliners. The signing of the contract took place in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron during the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to the country. Airbus has calculated that China’s demand for new aircraft for the next 20 years is about 7,400. The share of this number of aircraft in global demand is approximately 19%. The capitalization of Airbus has now reached 89 billion euros, an increase of 36% since the beginning of the year.
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