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TAKE A LOOK-Paris Airshow

June 18 (Reuters) - Plane giants are preparing to squeeze the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry heads to a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue.

TOP STORIES

> Jetmakers hunt for new growth as orders wane

> China's CALC joins line-up for 737 MAX 10-sources

> Airbus A380 upgrade waits in the wings at Paris

> CDB in talks with Boeing, Airbus ahead of show

> Rolls-Royce sees demand for mid-market jet

INDUSTRY OUTLOOK

> Airbus to add winglets to boost A380 sales

> Rolls says would weigh up China opportunities

> CFM ready to equip possible Boeing mid-market jet

> Airbus predicts $5.3 trillion jet demand

(Compiled by Mark Potter)