United Airlines capped a bumper air show for Boeing Thursday with a $14.7 billion firm order for 100 737 MAX aircraft and 50 737-900ERs.
Computer rendering of 737 MAX 9 in United livery. Courtesy, Boeing United Airlines capped a bumper air show for Boeing Thursday with a $14.7 billion firm order for 100 737 MAX aircraft and 50 737-900ERs. The deal brought firm MAX orders up to 649, and helped close the gap with the 1,454 firm orders for rival Airbus A320neo. With orders and commitments, the MAX total stands at around 1,200, Boeing said. Unusually, however, the customer did not attend the Farnborough ...
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