FARNBOROUGH: Airbus secures order for 17 A350s

Airbus has just secured Starlux Airlines of Taiwan as a new A350 operator with a signature of a Memorandum of Understanding for the purchase of 17 aircraft.

The deal consists of 12 A350-1000s and five A350-900s.

Deliveries of the aircraft will start in October of 2021, with long-haul services beginning in early 2022.

Starlux Airlines is a new airline founded by Taiwanese aviation veteran Chang Kuo-wei who was the former chairman of EVA Air. The airline plans to fly to destinations across Asia and North America. Short-haul routes will be operated using 10 A321neos that are expected to be finalized by the end of the year.

Stay tuned to Sam Chui’s blog for more coverage of the Farnborough International Air Show 2018.

 

FARNBOROUGH: Airbus has secured Starlux Airlines of Taiwan as a new A350 customer, with the airline agreeing to purchase of 17 aircraft. The deal consists of 12 A350-1000s and 5 A350-900s. Deliveries are set to begin in October 2021, with long-haul services starting early 2022. The airline plans to fly to various Asian destinations and North America. A deal for 10 A321neos is expected to be firmed by the end of the year. #farnborough #farnborough2018 #airbus #airbuslovers #airbusaviation #airbuslovers #airbusa350 #a350 #a350xwb #manila #newyork #europe #avgeek #avgeeks #aviation #aviationgeeks #aviationgeeks #aviationgoals #aviationdaily #aviationworld #aviationlife #aviationlovers #aviationphotography #planes #planelovers #planegeeks

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