Airbus kicked off the Paris Air Show Monday with aircraft orders from GECAS, Air Lease Corp., SAS and Saudi Arabian Airlines totaling $15 billion in value. COO-Customers John Leahy said the manufacturer "will push up the pace" of orders Tuesday.  The bulk of the orders were for A320neo family aircraft and 90 of them will be powered by CFM Leap-X engines. During the press conference announcing the SAS contract, Leahy joked that "neo" no longer stands for new engine ...

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