Commercial jet maker Airbus announced on Monday that Brazilian carrier TAM Linhas Aereas has signed a firm contract for 22 additional wide-body, long-range A350 XWB jets, which at current prices is worth about $6.9 billion.
The order included four additional A330-200s and 20 additional A320 aircraft, Airbus said. Delivery of the A350 XWB jets is scheduled for 2013 onwards.
TAM currently has the most Airbus models of any fleet in Latin America, the jet maker said.
Airbus is a subsidiary of EADS.