Syphax Airlines confirms Airbus A320 order
PARIS, July 4
PARIS, July 4 (Reuters) - Tunisia's Syphax Airlines has firmed up its provisional order for three Airbus A320neo and three A320ceo narrowbody aircraft, the planemaker said in a statement on Thursday.
The aircraft are worth a total of $576 million based on list prices. They will be powered by engines from the CFM International joint venture of General Electric and Safran.
A provisional order for the aircraft was announced during the Paris Airshow last month.
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