The 2013 Dubai Air Show

By Bloomberg Photos - 2013-11-18T09:10:53Z

Photograph by Duncan Chard/Bloomberg

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Airbus SAS and Boeing Co. secured record orders at this year's Dubai Air Show, with Emirates accounting for the bulk of purchases as it signed deals valued at more than $100 billion for wide-body aircraft. Boeing took an early lead in the biennial expo, signing up Etihad Airways PJSC for its new 777X wide-body as well as for more 787 Dreamliners. Emirates followed with a purchase of 150 777X valued at about $76 billion, plus an option to buy 50 more. Airbus then confirmed a deal with the largest Middle East airline for 50 A380 super-jumbos valued at $23 billion.

Left: A Qatar Airways Ltd. Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft during the 13th Dubai Airshow at Dubai World Central, on Nov. 17, 2013.

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