Jakarta-based Sriwijaya Air placed an order for two Next-Generation 737 aircraft at the Paris Air Show. The order, previously attributed to an unidentified customer on the Orders and Deliveries website, marks the first all-new aircraft purchase for the Indonesian airline and included a letter of intent to exercise options for up to 20 additional 737s.   Sriwijaya Air selected CFM56-7B engines to power the two aircraft, in an order valued at $44 million at current list ...

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