GMG Airlines, a private Bangladeshi airline launched in 1998, and Israeli flag carrier El Al announced orders for long-haul Boeing aircraft over the weekend. GMG announced Sunday that it will purchase three 787-9s and three 777-300ERs. Boeing did not confirm, but GMG CEO Shahab Sattar revealed the order to several media outlets. He told Agence France Presse in Dhaka that the deal with Boeing has been "finalized" and that the carrier is "now fine-tuning some details with our financiers. We ...

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