Airbus is in talks to sell 100 or more jetliners to China during a visit by French President Emmanuel Macron to Beijing next week, people familiar with the negotiations said. Macron plans to visit on January 8-10, accompanied by 50 company executives including planemaking officials from Airbus. The value of a deal for around 100 aircraft would be over $10 billion at list prices, but could rise sharply depending on the breakdown between single-aisle and wide-body jets. The total number of aircraft has yet to be agreed and has historically depended on last-minute commercial ...
Airbus in talks to sell at least 100 jets to China: Sources
In November, Boeing agreed to sell 300 planes worth $37 billion at list prices to China during a state visit by Donald Trump