quien no se ha hecho esta pregunta?
a veces un poco dificil de conocer el precio real sobre todo por la cantidad de dienro que es sinembargo para que no especulemos por lo menos en la marca AIRBUS aca tengo los precios (con reajuste del 5-8% incluido) si algien esta interesado en coprar alguno me puede escribir un MP..........
(A ver si me gano la comision.)
Airbus Plays The Price Is Right
When Ryanair thought it could force Boeing to agree to another sale of 737-800s at rock bottom prices because of the downturn in the airline sector, the U.S. aircraft maker effectively told the Irish carrier to get lost.
Now Airbus is sending out a similar message: orders may not be flowing as they did during the boom years, but that's no reason to heavily discount. Instead, Airbus today announced that it has increased the list price of its products (and, in this case, I'm not talking about the discussions over the A400M where it wants governments to pay more).
Prices will go up an average 5.8%. Airbus says it is forced to act because of the increased cost of raw materials, commodities, and the strong euro compared to the dollar. But the issue really is, Airbus is increasing the prices because it thinks it can.
I is important to note, of course, that list prices are only a guide, and Airbus's chief salesman, John Leahy, during the Dubai air show in November said he's merely come close to getting that price. But still, the fact Airbus feels confident to take such action tells us something about the level of confidence in Toulouse the company will ride out this downturn in good shape.
According to Airbus, here's the new price lineup:
A318 $62.5 million
A319 $74.4 million
A320 $81.4 million
A321 $95.5 million
A330-200 $191.4 million
A300-200F $194.8 million
A330-300 $212.4 million
A340-300 $228.0 million
A340-500 $250.8 million
A340-600 $263.8 million
A350-800XWB $225.2 million
A350-900XWB $254.5 million
A350-1000XWB $285.2 million
A380 $346.3 million