China’s Okay Airways placed a firm order for 15 737 Boeing MAX aircraft, including eight MAX 10s, as Boeing continued to rack up commitments for the MAX at the Paris Air Show. Okay will be one of the CFM International LEAP-1B-powered 737 MAX 10 launch customers, Boeing said. The airline also ordered seven MAX 8s; the total value of Okay’s MAX order is $1.8 billion at list prices. Additionally, Okay signed a memorandum of understanding for five 787-9s. “These new airplanes ...

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