Gulf Air and CFM International signed an agreement for 58 LEAP-1A engines to power 17 Airbus A321neo and 12 A320neo aircraft, as well as an additional seven spare engines to support fleet operations. The engine order is valued at approximately $1.9 billion at list prices, including a long-term service agreement. The aircraft order was announced in January 2016. Gulf Air also signed a 10-year Rate Per Flight Hour agreement.    Aergo Capital acquired one Airbus A321-200, one ...

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