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 airlines,” Boeing said, one of which will become a new 787 customer while the other will be adding to an existing 787 fleet. Boeing did not detail how many aircraft would be going to each respective airline. Total value for the 15 787-9s is $4.2 billion at list prices.

Mark Nensel mark.nensel@informa.com