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On the eve of the Paris air show, Airbus has already inched a bit closer to its target of securing at least 500 commitments before next week's Le Bourget activities are done, with Cebu Pacific's commitment to buy 30 A321NEOs. Cebu Pacific is already an Airbus narrowbody customer, and is taking 7 more A320s as part of the deal, but this is its first buy of A321s or NEOs. The deal is valued at $3.8 billion at list price, with deliveries to unfold through 2021 at which point the airline hopes to have tripled its fleet size.With the latest NEO deal, here is the current lineup of customers for the reengined Airbus single-aisle offering with their respective engine decisions (where they have been made): Customer A319NEO A320NEO A321NEO Engine Indigo 150 Pratt & Whitney PW1100G Virgin America 30 CFM LEAP TAM 22 ILFC 75 25 Pratt & Whitney PW1100G Lufthansa 25 5 Pratt & Whitney PW1100G Cebu Pacific 3 30 TOTAL 0 302 60
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