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FARNBOROUGH: Airbus reveals A320neo dispatch reliability | FARNBOROUGH: CAE announces C$180 million in simulator deals
July 2016
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FARNBOROUGH: Airbus reveals A320neo dispatch reliability
​FARNBOROUGH: CAE announces C$180 million in simulator deals
FARNBOROUGH: Virgin Atlantic to take 12 A350-1000s
FARNBOROUGH: UK firms up two big military buys
FARNBOROUGH: Boeing confirms 737 Max 7 redesign
FARNBOROUGH: USMC, UK could pool some F-35 weapons
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