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July 21 (Reuters) - Following is a summary of commercial plane orders at the July 19-25 Farnborough Airshow (** order announced Wednesday):
American Airlines AMR.N exercised 35 Boeing (BA.N) 737-800s, pushing numbers of the aircraft in its narrowbody fleet up to 195.
** GAZPROMAVIA (GAZP.MM)
The airline of Russia’s Gazprom signed a letter of intent for 10 Sukhoi SuperJet 100s.
** ALAFCO (ALAF.KW)
The Kuwait-based international Aviation Lease and Finance Co. has converted its existing firm order for 12 Airbus A350-800’s, placed in 2007, into the higher capacity A350-900 model.
The Malaysian carrier will buy 50 MC-21 passenger jets from Russia’s Irkut, a unit of state-controlled UAC (UNAC.RTS).
The carrier will place a preliminary order for seven more Airbus EAD.PA A330-300 planes, worth $1.5 billion at list prices, an industry source said.
The Middle Eastern airline ordered two Boeing (BA.N) 777s.
The Australian airline ordered seven Q400 turboprop airliners from Bombardier (BBDb.TO).
The Bermudan lessor bought 30 SuperJet 100s from Russia’s Sukhoi for $900 million, with an option for 15 more.
The Indonesian airline ordered six Airbus A330s for a list price of $1.15 billion.
The Berlin-based airline signed a contract for five Airbus A319s.
The Chinese airline ordered 10 737-800s from Boeing, worth $800 million at list prices.
The Reunion-based French airline ordered two 777-200LR long-range jets from Boeing (BA.N).
The aircraft leasing unit of the British lender confirmed it placed an order for 52 Airbus EAD.PA A320 family planes and 43 Boeing (BA.N) 737 family aircraft, worth a total of $7.6 billion at list prices. [ID:nLDE66K0CQ]
Chilean carrier ordered 50 Airbus A320 planes with a list price of around $4.15 billion. [ID:nN20251076]
Places order comprising 35 firm initial orders of Embraer E series aircraft for $1.3 billion with options for 65 more and purchase rights for a further 40 for a potential total value of $5 billion. [ID:nLDE66J0FZ]
Ordered 60 Boeing (BA.N) next-generation 737s. [ID:nWEN7257]
Ordered 20 jets from Brazilian group Embraer (EMBR3.SA) for nearly $800 million at list prices. [ID:nLDE66J0QN]
Ordered 12 next-generation 737-800s valued at $921 million at list prices.[ID:nNLDE66J0Z]
Ordered three Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners. [ID:nWLA8762]
Ordered 12 Superjet 100 planes. [ID:nLDE66J1MR]
EMIRATES Ordered 30 Boeing 777 wide-body aircraft, a deal potentially worth more than $9 billion. [ID:nLDE66I10P]
Ordered 51 Airbus EAD.PA A320 series planes, made up of 31 A320s and 20 A321-200s. [ID:nWEA0019]
Signed for 11 Airbus A330s [ID:nLDE66I19D]
Ordered 40 Boeing 737s and 60 Airbus A320s. [ID:nLDE66I1B5] [ID:nWEA0057]
Compiled by Dan Lalor and Ben Berkowitz; Reuters Farnborough Media Centre +44 1252-418188