Privately owned Vietnamese LCC VietJet has signed an MOU for 80 Boeing 737 MAX 10s and 20 MAX 8s, valued at more than $12.7 billion at list prices. If firmed, the MOU will double the airline’s existing commitment for 100 737 8s, which was finalized in 2016 and will begin to deliver at the end of 2019. “These new airplanes will fit perfectly into our growth strategy, providing the efficiency and range for VietJet to expand its route network and offer more international ...

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