PARIS (Reuters) -- Airbus said on Monday it had finalized a deal with Emirates Airline for 50 more A380s aircraft that had been announced at the Dubai air show last month.
The contract was inked by Emirates President Tim Clark during a visit to the aircraft maker's French headquarters in Toulouse, Airbus said in a statement.
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An Airbus A380 banks in front of the crowd at the Dubai air show. Photo: Alberto Riva
The deal is worth $23 billion at list prices and brings total orders from Emirates alone for the world's largest jetliner to 140 aircraft.

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