EgyptAir has been revealed as the purchaser of nine Boeing 737-800s, previously listed on the US manufacturer’s orderbook as being for an unidentified customer. The order is worth $864 million at list prices. Eight of the aircraft will be financed by lessor Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, based in Dubai. The Egypt flag carrier already has 20 737-800s in its fleet. EgyptAir Holding Co. chairman and CEO Safwat Musallam said: “Over the years, Boeing has played an important role in ...
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