(Adds details, background) PARIS, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Airbus has won orders worth more than $6 billion at list prices from Brazilian airline Tam which include a firm contract for 22 A350 XWBs, the European aircraft maker said on Monday. Airbus said the agreement raised to 314 the total number of orders for the wide-body long-range A350 XWB, worth around $200 million each at list prices. The European group said Tam had also ordered four additional A330-200s, which cost $164 million and ...
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