Boeing announced a host of new orders Tuesday at one of the most active Paris Air Shows, in terms of commercial aircraft commitments, in recent memory.
Boeing announced a host of new orders Tuesday at one of the most active Paris Air Shows, in terms of commercial aircraft commitments, in recent memory. Norwegian Air Shuttle ordered 15 737-800NGs valued at $1.2 billion based on list prices, bringing its commitment for the type to 78. The airline also finalized its contract to purchase three 787s, an agreement the Oslo-based operator announced in May, which brings the total number of 787s it will operate to five, including two to be ...
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