Airbus logged 168 commercial aircraft orders in November—$22.31 billion in sales—nearly doubling the 89 orders booked by Boeing, worth $14.49 billion. In a month of massive orders for both manufacturers, Airbus had five customers ordering commercial aircraft valued in excess of $2 billion, compared to Boeing’s three. A Nov. 13 Airbus order from TAP Portugal topped them all, with 53 aircraft (24 A321neos, 16 A320neos, 14 A330-900s) valued at $8.56 billion. Boeing’s ...

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