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$6m premium for A320neo

written by australianaviation.com.au | January 20, 2011
The A320neo will cost US$6m more than the standard aircraft. (Airbus)

In releasing its 2011 price list, Airbus has detailed the price of the A320neo (New Engine Option) as being on average US$6.2 million more than for standard A320 Family series aircraft.

The prices, which represent a 4.4 per cent increase on 2010 list prices, comprise: A318 US$65.2m; A319 US$77.7m; A320 US$85.0m; A321 US$99.7m; A319/A320/A321 new engine option average US$6.2m; A330-200 US$200.8m; A330-200 Freighter US$203.6m; A330-300 US$222.5m; A340-300 US$238.0m; A340-500 US$261.8m; A340-600 US$275.4m; A350-800XWB US$236.6m; A350-900XWB US$267.6m; A350-1000XWB US$299.7m; and for the A380-800 US$375.3m.

Notes Airbus, “Price depends on design weights, engines choice and level of selected customisation.”

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