Computer rendering of a 737 Max in Lion Air livery. Courtesy, Boeing Indonesian carrier Lion Air (JT) has signed an intent to buy 201 Boeing 737 Maxs and 29 Next-Generation 737-900ERS in a $21.7 billion deal that is Boeing’s largest ever in dollar value. Purchase rights for a further 150 aircraft were included in the deal. The agreement, announced in Bali, Indonesia, with US President Barack Obama present, was made just hours after a deal with lessor ACG was announced for 20 ...

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