Boeing secured order commitments from three separate undisclosed customers at the Farnborough Air Show June 19 valued at nearly $16 billion combined. One of the unidentified buyers was a repeat customer ordering “an additional” 100 737 MAX family aircraft. Boeing quoted the commitment’s list price value at $11.7 billion, which leads to the conclusion that the aircraft are MAX 8s. The remaining commitments—for 15 787-9s—were placed by “two undisclosed ...

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