China’s Minsheng Financial Leasing signed an MOU at the Paris Air Show to purchase 30 737 airplanes—a mix of Next-Generation 737 and 737 MAX aircraft. Boeing did not give a numbers breakdown, but CFM International issued a statement announcing a CFM56-7B engine order to power 10 737s and a LEAP-1B order to power 20 727 MAX aircraft. CFM valued the engine order at $775 million at US list prices. Minsheng VP-aviation unit Wang Fuhou said, “Thanks to the continued emergence ...

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