Airbus has received a $7.4bn order from aircraft lessor SMBC Aviation Capital to deliver 65 A320neo family aircraft.

Airbus will deliver 50 A320neo and 15 A321neo aircraft under the deal, which also includes the upsizing of 15 A320neo to A321neo aircraft ordered previously.

The latest order increases the total number of A320 family aircraft ordered by SMBC to 277.

JetBlue Airways has placed orders worth $5.4bn with Airbus for the purchase of 60 A220-300 medium-range aircraft.

Airbus will manufacture the new A220-300 at its new assembly unit in Mobile, Alabama, US.

JetBlue Airways operates a fleet of 193 A320 and A321neo aircraft.

“Meggitt will provide components for the F119 and F135 engines for a period of ten years, under the contract.”

Airbus will also deliver 60 A220-300 medium-range aircraft to US-based start-up airline Moxy under a separate agreement.

French turboprop manufacturer ATR has received an order to supply three short-haul ATR 72-600 aircraft to Guernsey’s flag carrier airline Aurigny.

The first aircraft in the series will be delivered to Aurigny in August.

With the order, Aurigny becomes the launch customer for the ATR 72-600 aircraft, featuring ClearVision enhanced vision system (EVS), which integrates with the aircraft’s avionics system.

ClearVision system consists of an external camera, which displays a real-time view.

Pratt & Whitney has awarded a $750m contract to Meggitt for the supply of advanced composite components for the F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II aircraft engines.

Meggitt will provide components for the F119 and F135 engines for a period of ten years, under the contract.

The components will be manufactured at Meggitt’s facility in San Diego, California, US.

Collins Aerospace has been selected by Lockheed Martin to provide avionics systems for its X-59 Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) aircraft.

The company will supply a range of avionics systems, including dual multi-spectral enhanced vision system (EVS-3600) and support the development of touchscreen primary flight displays, software application, multifunction windows, and head-up display (HUD) symbology.

Lockheed Martin will offer a System Integration Lab space for the Pro Line Fusion avionics at its Palmdale unit located in California, US, under the agreement.