Saudi Arabian Airlines orders $300M in engines

15 July 2008

Saudi Arabian Airlines has ordered CFM56-5B engines worth $300m to power 22 new Airbus A320 planes, reported AP. Commercial aircraft engine maker CFM International is a 50/50 joint venture between Safran group's Snecma and General Electric. Saudi Arabian Airlines has used the same type of engine in 20 leased Airbus A320s.

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