Boeing has finalized a definitive agreement with Iran Aseman Airlines for the purchase of up to 60 737 MAX commercial passenger aircraft. The deal includes firm orders for 30 737 MAXs, valued at $3 billion at list prices, and purchase rights for an additional 30 737 MAXs. The variants of the MAX series to be included in the deal were not specified. The contract signing followed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with Aseman in April 2017, expressing the airline’s intent to make the ...

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