Airbus, Boeing Struggling to Find Buyers at Dubai Air Show

Published November 18th, 2009 - 03:10 GMT

Airbus has secured the most contracts at the Dubai Air Show, but both Airbus and Boeing are feeling the recession crunch as no one is buying airplanes this year.

In 2007, $155 billion worth of aircraft contracts were sold at the show; so far this year, $5.6 billion in contracts have been secured, spelling more bad news for an already battered industry.

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