But in amongst the order details the airline also added almost $7 billion for 737 Max 10 aircraft, the competitor to the Airbus 321neos. With Airbus having 'cancelled' Qatar's order for A321s does this mark a new era in the airline's relationships with the American OEM to the cost of the Europeans?
As we head towards the premiere of the World Defense Show; set to take place from 6-9 March 2022, in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh, the sponsors of the TATV Newsround - we hear from India and the battle for carrier borne fighter aircraft and from Bahrain where the kingdom steps up for simulators to train pilots on the new fleet of F-16 block 70 fighters.
Visitors have until February 10th to register for the World Defense Show by visiting www.worlddefenseshow.com. All visitors will be granted a one-year complimentary multi-entry visa, to extend opportunities beyond the show.
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