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New Airbus aircraft list prices for 2017..!

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New Airbus aircraft list prices for 2017..!(Opens in a new browser tab)

Toulouse, 11th January 2017 – Airbus has increased the average list prices of its aircraft by one percent across the product line, effective from January 1st 2017. This price increase has been calculated according to Airbus’ standard escalation formula over the January 2016 to January 2017 period and takes into account the materials and commodities prices.

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John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer Customers, Airbus Commercial Aircraft said: “Our new 2017 pricing affirms the value of Airbus’ modern, comprehensive and fuel-efficient aircraft family.” He added: “The price increase also reflects our customers’ satisfaction with the winning combination of performance, operating economics and passenger experience.”

AIRBUS AIRCRAFT
2017 AVERAGE LIST PRICES* (USD millions)

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A318 – 75.9 million
A319 – 90.5 million

A320-  99.0 million

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A321 –  116.0 million

A319neo – 99.5 million

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A320neo – 108.4 million

A321neo- 127.0 million

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A330-200 – 233.8 million

A330-800 (neo) – 254.8 million

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A330-200 Freighter – 237.0 million

A330-300 – 259.0 miilion

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A330-900 (neo) – 290.6 million

A350-800 – 275.1 million

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A350-900 – 311.2 million

A350-1000 – 359.3 million

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A380 – 436.9 million

* Price depends on design weights, engines choice and level of selected customisation.

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