737 MAX 8 in SilkAir livery. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing and SilkAir have signed a five-year exclusive pilot training agreement to support SilkAir’s fleet transition to Boeing aircraft. In November 2012, SilkAir finalized an order 54 737s and 737 MAX 8s worth $4.9 billion at list prices, the largest order in the airline’s history. Singapore-based SilkAir CEO Leslie Thng said the agreement “will ensure a smooth transition when we take delivery of our first new 737 ...

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