Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad International) is in discussions with Airbus and Boeing for a major widebody order composed of A350 and B777X aircraft, the company’s chief executive, Badr Mohammed Al Meer, has confirmed.

The Middle Eastern carrier could order up to 200 jets and the decision could be announced during the Farnborough Air Show, which will take place between July 22 and 26, Bloomberg reported.

However, Al Meer cautioned that while the negotiations are for a three-digit order, the reported number of 200 jets is off by around 30%, without clarifying whether the actual number is higher or lower.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows that Qatar Airways currently has an outstanding order for 179 aircraft, including fifty A321-200Ns, eighteen A350-1000s, twenty-five B737-10s, thirty-four B777-8Fs, forty B777-9s, and twelve B787-9s.

The airline’s fleet is currently composed of 264 in-house aircraft, namely twenty-nine A320-200s, seven A330-200s, eleven A330-300s, thirty-four A350-900s, twenty-four A350-1000s, ten A380-800s, nine B737-8s, twenty-eight B777-200Fs, seven B777-200LRs, fifty-seven B777-300ERs, thirty B787-8s, and eighteen B787-9s. It also wet-leases two B747-400ERFs from AirACT.