TAKE A LOOK-Paris Airshow
June 19 (Reuters) - Plane giants are preparing to squeeze the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry heads to a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. TOP STORIES > Boeing launches new jet as Macron opens show > Qatar Airways sticks to growth plan despite rift > AerCap orders 30 Boeing 787-9 jets > GECAS orders 100 Airbus A320neo aircraft > Lockheed signs Tata pact to make F-16 in India > EXCLUSIVE-Lockheed near $37 bln F-35 deal-sources > Qatar to ask US for airport audit on laptop ban > U.S. won't rush air traffic control privatization > French air force backs A400M after Germany row > A380plus - biggest passenger jet gets an upgrade ORDERS > FACTBOX-Airbus, Boeing commercial aircraft deals > Qatar Airways firms up order for 20 737 jets > SpiceJet in provisional deal for 40 737 MAX 10s > Viva Air Peru seen near $5 bln Airbus deal > China's CALC joins line-up for 737 MAX 10-sources STRATEGY, OUTLOOK > Boeing sees strong interest in potential new 737 > Mitsubishi targets 1,000-plus MRJ sales in 20 yrs > GE says planemakers calling for more CFM engines > Jetmakers hunt for new growth as orders wane > MRJ regional jet on track for 2020 first delivery > Norwegian eyes flight pact with easyJet, Ryanair > Rolls-Royce sees demand for mid-market jet > CFM confident on 500 LEAP deliveries in 2017 > Rolls says would weigh up China opportunities > CFM ready to equip possible Boeing mid-market jet > Airbus predicts $5.3 trillion jet demand DEFENCE, SPACE > EU needs military tech investments - EU official > Textron Systems introduces new drone > Leonardo sees Asia, S.American interest in M-346 > Italy's Avio to keep growing at robust pace - CEO (Compiled by Mark Potter)
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