Malaysia Airlines Berhad plans to convert 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8s it has on order to the new 737 MAX 10 version, the company said June 21 at the Paris Air Show. The order is valued at nearly $1.3 billion at list prices. "As competition and our business continue to grow, the superior efficiency and additional capacity of the 737 MAX 10 will allow us to keep differentiating ourselves,” Malaysia Airlines MD and CEO Peter Bellew said. Kuala Lumpur-based Malaysia Airlines firmed its ...

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