Biman Bangladesh Airlines placed an order yesterday for four 737-800s valued at about $320 million plus two options, bringing to 12 the number of Boeing aircraft it has ordered this year as it attempts to modernize its aging fleet. BG executives were in Washington yesterday for a signing ceremony with Boeing officials at the US Dept. of Commerce to seal the 737 order and commemorate previously announced orders for four 777-300ERs and four 787-8s plus options on four more of each type ...

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