China’s Ruili Airlines has committed to purchase 30 737 MAXs with the financial support of AVIC International Leasing, amid a surge in China’s passenger traffic. The deal was announced at the Paris Air Show. The commitment, valued at $3.2 billion at current list prices, will be subject to approval by the Chinese government. The aircraft will be powered by LEAP-1B engines, in an engine order valued at $810 million, according to CFM International. “Today’s agreement ...

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