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Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2005/11/21 - Airbus Industries, France based, aircraft maker has completed first Asian-Australian 9-days Tour. Emirates/Boeing 777s deal was announced today at International Dubai Air Show and is valued at $9.7 billion at list prices..
The "Commercial Aircraft War" is real, both Boeing and Airbus are watching each others, very moves. Airbus giant A380 aircraft flew to Singapore then Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in Australia, finally landing in Kuala Lumpur, before returning to France (Toulouse).
Boeing Corporation on very first day of Dubai Air Show received a firm order for 42 Boeing 777 airplanes with purchase rights for 20 additional airplanes. Recent deal is valued at $9.7 billion at list prices.
Recent order for 24 Boeing 10 777-200LR Worldliners, 777-300ERs, and 8 777 Freighters will see Emirates becoming the largest Boeing 777s operator worldwide.
Demonstrating massive A380 in Dubai Air Show
Dubai, ninth International Aerospace Exhibition opened today at Airport Expo Dubai until November 24 (United Arab Emirates).
As the A380 landed in Dubai on November 18, the giant aircraft proudly displayed the full Emirate livery with Emirates colors on its tail and the name “Emirates” on a bright red background along its belly. First arrival of such an impressive aircraft like the A380 is always an event.
About Boeing Company
Boeing is the world’s leading aerospace company and the largest combined manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft. With additional capabilities in rotorcraft, electronic and defense systems, missiles, rocket engines, satellites, launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems, the company’s reach extends to customers in 145 countries. In terms of sales, Boeing is one of the largest U.S. exporters.
Dubai-based Emirates is one of the fastest growing airlines in the world and has received more than 250 international awards for excellence since its launch in 1985.
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