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Venezuela says buying four Airbus planes from UAE
Venezuela's state carrier will buy four used Airbus A340-500 planes for $240 million from the United Arab Emirates, President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday.
January 23, 2012 2:59 by Reuters
The Venezuelan leader announced the deal but gave no more details during a televised meeting with cabinet members.
He also confirmed a previously known deal for Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer to supply up to 20 commercial planes for government-owned carrier Conviasa to increase Caribbean routes.
“Then the long-haul planes are four Airbus 340-500 planes, which are five years old and offered by a state airline in the United Arab Emirates for $60 million each,” he said, signing approval during his weekly “Hello, President!” program. (Editing by Dale Hudson)