Greek airline Aegean making new Airbus order worth up to $5 billion

Aegean airlines air hostesses take selfies after a news conference in Athens, Wednesday. In a deal worth up to $5 billion, Greek airline Aegean says it will buy 30 new Airbus aircraft, with the option of an additional 12, to upgrade its fleet as the country expects to break tourism records. The signing of the final purchase agreement is expected in June. [Petros Giannakouris/AP]

NATO buyers to meet on A400M

NATO buyer nations will meet in London on Feb. 5 to discuss the A400M military transport aircraft program amid a drive by manufacturer Airbus to win relief from heavy fines over technical snags and delays, sources familiar with the meeting said on Jan. 29.