HAMBURG, Germany -- Airbus took in a record number of orders for commercial aircraft last year as strong demand for its revamped single-aisle plane helped it best U.S. rival Boeing in the race for orders for the fourth consecutive year. The European jet maker said Tuesday it had 1,419 net new orders in 2011, worth $140 billion, well above Boeing's total of 805 aircraft. That topped the previous record of 1,413 net orders recorded by Boeing in 2007.