Airbus nabs first customer in three years
That’s about how many people left Puerto Rico last year, many in an effort to find employment. Puerto Rico currently faces a mountain of debt — more than $70 billion — and has yet another payment due Monday.
That’s the going price for Airbus’s largest plane, the A380, which has the capability to seat more than 800 passengers, according to Bloomberg. Japan’s largest airline, ANA Holdings Inc., recently agreed to purchase three of these jets, making the Japanese company Airbus’s first airline customer in three years.
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