Boeing recorded new firm orders from three customers for 30 commercial aircraft in July, valued at about $6.2 billion worth at list prices. Twenty of the new jets ordered—15 737 MAX 8s from Brazilian carrier GOL and five 777Fs from Qatar Airways—were first announced at the Farnborough Air Show in mid-July, representing 10% of the 197 firm aircraft bookings the US manufacturer reported during the event.  Boeing’s other major order for the month came from Hawaiian ...

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