PARIS (AP) -- Turkish Airlines has ordered 20 of Airbus SAS' single-aisle A320 jets to expand service on its domestic and regional routes, the European planemaker said in a statement Tuesday.
The jets have a list price of $76.9 million each, giving the deal a potential value of $1.5 billion. Airlines typically negotiate discounts on large orders.
Turkish Airlines is Turkey's national carrier, with its hub at Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport. The airline operates a fleet of 133 aircraft, including 67 Airbus jets.