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Air France-KLM orders 100 passenger jets from Airbus – purchase of A350 freighters

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PARIS (dpa-AFX) – The French-Dutch airline Air France-KLM has at Airbus placed an order for 100 jets. The deal includes 100 A320neo and A321neo medium-haul jets, Air France-KLM announced on Thursday evening in Paris. The first machines should come in the second half of 2023.

Air France-KLM intends to use the jets to renew the fleets of KLM and Transavia in the Netherlands. The fleet of Transavia France will also be brought up to date and expanded. In addition to the firm order, the airline has agreed a purchase option for 60 more aircraft.

In addition, the group plans to buy four Airbus A350F cargo planes for Air France. The company signed a letter of intent that also includes purchase rights for four other machines in the range

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