Bombardier, Boeing and Airbus each snared some orders at Day 3 of the Dubai Air Show:
- A Letter of Intent from Iraqi Airways for 5+11 CS300s;
- Abu Dhabi Aviation ordered two Q400ss; and
- Nok Air of Thailand announced orders, options and purchase rights for 2+2+4 Q400s.
Boeing nabbed an order from TUI Travel for two 787s. Turkish Airlines firmed options for three 777-300ERs.
Airbus announced that Air Serbia ordered 10 A320s and Air Algerie signed an MOU for three A330-200s.
Other headlines from the show:
Airbus considers boosting A320 production
Engine Alliance ponders A380 engine improvements
Bombardier launches high density Q400
Watch out, US airlines, the Arabs are coming
Emirates to compete engine supplier for 50 A380s