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50th Chinese assembled A320 delivered

written by australianaviation.com.au | June 3, 2011
The 50th Chinese assembled A320.

Airbus has delivered the 50th A320 assembled in China to Shanghai based Juneyao Airlines.

The Juneyao A320, which was handed over during a ceremony held at the Airbus Delivery Centre in Tianjin, will add to the airline’s existing fleet of two A319s and 17 A320s.

“The 50th delivery is a major milestone for FALC (Final Assembly Line in China),” Airbus China president Laurence Barron said. “Airbus will continue providing the best products and services to its Chinese customers.”

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Airbus’s FALC is a joint venture between the company and a Chinese consortium comprising Tianjin Free Trade Zone (TJFTZ) and China Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC). Deliveries of Chinese assembled aircraft began in 2009.

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