Air France splits order between Airbus, Boeing
Air France-KLM has made the decision to separate a landmark order for 100 lengthy-haul service providers between Europe’s Airbus and US rival Boeing, a press report stated.
The giant Franco-Nederlander air travel will order 25 Airbus A350s and 25 Boeing 787 Dreamliners, and remove similar choices on each, La Tribune daily stated in the edition because of show up on Friday.
An order has attracted huge attention in France where authorities and political figures have preferred Airbus — whose major plant is based on Toulouse, within the south of the nation — over Boeing, referring to sensitive ground because the two companies challenge each other.
La Tribune stated Air France-KLM management will come across on Wednesday to make a decision that will then be introduced in September.
The air travel rejected to comment when approached by AFP in regards to a high-profile order worth vast amounts of dollars.