Boeing yesterday announced orders from EgyptAir and Turkish Airlines covering up to 20 737-800s, while the Boeing Orders website also showed new orders from AeroMexico for five and AirTran for six as well as 21 new 737 orders from "unidentified" customers. The EgyptAir order covers six firm 737-800s plus options on an equal number valued at $850 million. Turkish Airlines' order represents the firming of eight options from an order placed in 2004 for 15 737s. Boeing valued the new business ...

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