Japan Airlines will buy 42 new Boeing and Airbus jets to expand its international network, with the European planemaker winning the larger share of the multibillion dollars worth of orders.

The Tokyo-based airline is purchasing 21 Airbus A350-900 and 10 Boeing 787 widebody jets, it said in a statement Thursday.

Significantly, JAL will also buy 11 A321neos, breaking Boeing’s exclusive hold on the airline as its sole supplier of single-aisle jets amid the U.S. planemaker's ongoing production troubles and quality issues exposed by a Jan. 5 accident involving an Alaska Airlines 737 Max jet.