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Indonesia to buy six Sukhoi jets: Russia

by Staff Writers
Zhukovsky, Russia (AFP) Aug 21, 2007
Indonesia is set to buy six Sukhoi fighter jets Tuesday, a representative from Russian weapons exporter Rosoboronexport said at an airshow outside Moscow.

"The contract is for 330 to 350 million dollars. It's for six Su-30 jets. The contract will be signed at 3:00 pm (1100 GMT)," an official with Rosoboronexport told AFP at the start of Russia's major annual air show at the Zhukovsky airfield just south-east of the capital.

The Su-30 is a fighter jet first put into service in the mid-1990s.

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China Southern intending to buy 55 Boeing 737 aircraft
Shanghai (AFP) Aug 21, 2007
China Southern Airlines, the country's largest carrier by fleet size, said Tuesday it planned to buy 55 Boeing 737s aircraft in a deal that could be worth billions of dollars.







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