PARIS (AP) -- European jet maker Airbus says Brazil's TAM Airlines has placed an order for 25 planes, including five of its A350-900 widebody aircraft being developing to compete with Boeing Co.'s 787.
The firm order from Brazil's largest airline brings TAM's total orders with Airbus to 176 aircraft, Airbus said in a statement Wednesday.
TAM Airlines also ordered 20 A320 single aisle aircraft.
The orders, which were originally announced in June at the Berlin Air Show, have a combined value of $3 billion at catalog list prices.
Earlier this month at Britain's Farnborough International Airshow, Airbus racked up deals totaling $13.2 billion, while Boeing's commitments came in at $12.8 billion.