US$2bil MAS deal beckons Airbus

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  • Friday, 27 Feb 2004

IT cannot be purely by chance that Airbus is getting a lot of attention from Asian airlines these days. 

Fresh from signing for six A380s in a deal worth US$1.6bil with Penerbangan Malaysia Bhd (PMB) last December, another opportunity surfaced on Tuesday when national carrier Malaysia Airlines (MAS) announced plans to upgrade its Boeing 737 fleet. 

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