Budget airline Jetstar Pacific is 70 percent owned by national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and 30 percent by Australia's Qantas Airways.
Budget airline Jetstar Pacific said it will buy 10 A320 planes from Airbus Group for $1 billion as it expands its domestic and international network.
Airbus also signed deals to sell 20 A321s to VietJet for $2.39 billion and 10 A350 planes to Vietnam Airlines.
The 10 planes will be delivered in 2017, JetStar Pacific said in a statement. The airline is 70 percent owned by national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and 30 percent by Australia’s Qantas Airways.
The three deals was signed at the start of a two-day visit to the Southeast Asian nation by French President Francois Hollande.