Boeing said yesterday that it is finalizing an order with Azerbaijan Airlines for three 787-8s and two 737-900ERs. AZAL, based in Baku and spun off from Aeroflot when the Soviet Union fell in 1991, operates to 15 destinations including London Gatwick, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Kabul, Dubai and Moscow Sheremeteyvo. Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Scott Carson reportedly was in Baku yesterday holding talks with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliev regarding modernization of the state-owned ...

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