Airbus came out on top at the 2016 Farnborough Airshow, reporting $35 billion in orders for a total of 279 airliners. Boeing saw firm orders and commitments for a combined 182 commercial aircraft at Farnborough, valued at $26.9 billion. The bulk of Airbus’ sales were for A320 family aircraft, which accounted for 269 of the total aircraft orders, generating $31.3 billion in business. Firm orders accounted for 187 of the A320 family orders; MOU/commitments accounted for 82 of the ...

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