U.S. Airways confirmed an order for 22 Airbus A350 XWB mid-sized jets on Monday and handed the European planemaker orders for another 70 planes in a package worth a total of $10 billion at list prices.

The U.S. carrier, which already operates the largest fleet of A320 family single-aisle aircraft, bought another 60 of the planes and signed up for 10 A330-200 wide-body jets, it said at the Paris air show.

Rolls-Royce said it had sold engines worth $1.8 billion for the A350 part of the order.