All Nippon Airways has ordered 10 Airbus A321s with eight options for delivery from 1998. At the same time the carrier deferred delivery of five A340s, due to begin in 1996, to beyond 2000.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines has ordered two A310-300s powered by PW4000 engines. Delivery is scheduled for the second half of 1996.
German lessor Bavaria Fluggesellschaft has ordered two next-generation B737-700s with two options, for delivery in December 1997. Air India has firmed up two options on the B747-400.
Austrian Airlines has ordered four Fokker 70s with four options. Delivery of the first two is set for September and October followed by the remaining two in March 1996.
Atlantic Coast Airlines, a United Express operator, has ordered 20 Jetstream 41s for delivery up to mid-1997.
Palermo-based Air Sicilia has ordered one ATR42-300.
Brit Air has ordered three Canadair RJs for delivery between June 1995 and late 1996, while Delta Connection carrier Comair has converted five options for the Canadair RJ to firm orders.
New Delhi-based Archana Airways has ordered two de Havilland Dash 8s.
Air Creebec, the Canadian Quebec/Ontario regional operator, has ordered two Beech 1900Ds. Elsewhere Impulse Transportation of Sydney has also ordered two 1900Ds.
Air UK and Air Wisconsin have leased an additional BAe146 each from the Asset Management Organisation.