Saudia to buy 58 Airbus planes

05 November 2009

Khaled Al-Molhem, director general of Saudi Arabian Airlines has said that the national carrier has signed a SR10bn contract with Airbus to buy 58 aircraft with advanced facilities, including A320s, A321s and A330s, Arab News has reported. 'We intend to modernise our fleet by purchasing the most advanced planes available in the world,' Al-Molhem said.

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