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JAL buys from Airbus, not Boeing

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The benchmark Japan Airlines purchase agreement with Airbus is for 13 A350-1000s, along with 18 shorter-fuselage A350-900 jetliners.

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Japan Airlines is buying its first-ever jets from Airbus in a deal with a list value of $9.5 billionwith a purchase of 31 A350 planes. JAL's fleet has been dominated by Chicago-based Boeing Co. offerings, partly because of the ties between Japan and the U.S. that span decades and include security arrangements.
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