During the first three days of the Dubai Airshow, the total value of deals, agreements and contracts announced during the first three days of the Dubai Airshow 2019 jumped to about 177.3 billion dirhams, after the first day recorded deals worth 11.4 billion dirhams, compared to deals worth 114.6 billion on the second day, 51 AED 3 billion on the third day.
European Airbus, in the announced agreements, won deals for the sale of 220 planes, compared to 45 for Boeing and six for Embraer.
Boeing and Kazakhstan's Astana Airlines announced yesterday that Kazakhstan's national airline intends to buy 30 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft worth $ 3.6 billion (13.2 billion dirhams) at the current price list.
Boeing also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ghana to buy three Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners for $ 877.5 million (Dh3.2 billion) at the current price list.
GE Capital Aviation Services announced a deal with European Airbus to buy 32 Airbus aircraft worth up to $ 5.6 billion (AED 20.5 billion) according to Airbus's announced price list for 2019. 12 A330 neo aircraft, as well as 20 A321XLR aircraft.
Flynas, an economic carrier in Saudi Arabia, has signed an agreement to buy 10 Airbus A321XLR aircraft worth $ 1.3 billion (AED 4.78 billion), according to Airbus announced prices for 2019. .
Senegal Airlines has also signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus for the purchase of eight A220-300 aircraft worth up to $ 734 million (2.7 billion dirhams).
The value of military contracts and deals announced yesterday amounted to 6.97 billion dirhams.
On the second day of the show, Emirates announced a "firm order" for 50 A350-900 XWB aircraft worth $ 16 billion (AED 58.7 billion). It is expected that the carrier will take delivery of these aircraft, which will be powered by engines «XWB» from «Rolls Royce» as of May 2023.
Air Arabia also announced a "firm order" for 120 Airbus aircraft worth a total of $ 14 billion (AED 51.45 billion).
Billion AED deals the second day.