Airbus wins booking for 37 A320 net jets from Tigerair


Airbus (EADSF) has received an order for 37 A320 neo jets from Tigerair (TAIRF) in a deal worth $3.8B at list prices, although the Asian budget carrier  said that the actual price was "significantly lower."

The aircraft will be installed with engines from United Tech's (UTX) Pratt & Whitney.

Tigerair, which is 40%-owned by Singapore Airlines (SINGY), also has an option for an extra 13 A320 neo aircraft.

The operator has canceled an existing order for nine A320 jets.

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