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Boeing easily heads off Airbus at Farnborough

Aircraft orders for the four major manufacturers was well down on previous years.

Farnborough Airshow 2022.

Nevil Gibson Mon, 25 Jul 2022

Boeing was a clear winner in the manufacturing stakes at the Farnborough Airshow. However, this excluded a Chinese order for 292 of the Airbus A320neo family announced on July 1.

In addition, Airbus has since announced an order for 17 A321neo aircraft from Latam Airlines of South America and one for

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