Beijing-headquartered Okay Airways is set to become the Chinese launch customer for the Boeing 737 MAX 9, after committing to take 12 737 family aircraft and eight options, valued at $1.3 billion at list prices. The agreement, which was announced at the Singapore Airshow Wednesday, covers eight MAX 8s, three MAX 9s and one 737-900ER. The deal remains subject to Chinese government approval before it can be logged as a firm order. “We have been using 737 family aircraft since we ...

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