GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) announced Monday an order for 40 Boeing 737s made up of 20 MAX 8s and 20 737-800s. The order, which was accounted for in Boeing’s 2013 net orders and attributed to an unidentified customer, is valued at $3.9 billion at list prices. "We ordered more 737 MAX 8s and next-generation 737-800s because demand continues to grow as our airline customers require more fuel-efficient aircraft to compete in the marketplace," GECAS president and CEO ...

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