Air China has committed to purchase 60 Boeing 737NGs and MAXs, valued at more than $6 billion at current list prices. Boeing confirmed the tentative deal in a brief statement, but did not indicate how it will be split between the two generations. “Our long-standing and productive partnership with Air China dates back to the airline’s beginning and we are proud the 737 has been part of their success. We are excited to see that the 737 family will play a significant role in Air ...

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