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On its third day, Dubai Airshow recorded 2021 contracts and announced deals worth 26.21 billion dirhams, bringing the total value of contracts to 227 billion dirhams in the first 3 days of the event.
The number of flights announced and contracted within the first three days of the event was approximately 420 commercial passenger aircraft and 100 helicopters and medium-sized private aircraft.
The most important deals on the first and second days included 255 Airbus A321 Neo aircraft for four Indigo Partners airlines, 100 helicopters in addition to the Tawasun Economic Council from Aerodair, and a letter containing 111 different aircraft. Global Financial Institution
Deals and deals worth 138 billion dirhams were announced on the first day of the event, while the value of deals announced on its second day was 63.5 billion dirhams.
On the third day of the event, the value of contracts concluded by the Ministry of Defense was 4.25 billion dirhams. Airbus has signed a memorandum of understanding with Jazeera Airways to purchase 28 aircraft, including 20 A320neo aircraft and 8 A321neo aircraft. 2018.
Airbus has signed an agreement with Nigeria’s Ipom Air, a confirmed order for 10 A220 aircraft on the third day of the exhibition, valued at around 3.3 billion dirhams, according to the last announced price list for 2018.
For its part, the Republic of Tanzania has requested Boeing to purchase the 787-8 Dreamliner, 767-300 cargo aircraft and two 737 Max aircraft, and the value of the order is estimated to be over 2.66 billion dirhams, according to published prices. .
Boeing Capital, wholly owned by Boeing, has entered into an agreement with Sky One to sell three 777-300 aircraft at the Dubai Airshow, valued at about 4 billion dirhams.
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