The 737 MAX 10, launched by Boeing on the first day of the 2017 Paris Air Show, continued to be the story of the show on Day Two. New commitments—including Chicago-based United Airlines signing for 100, China’s Okay Airways ordering seven and California-based lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG) inking a deal for 20—showed the diversity of demand for the largest MAX variant. United—which is now the largest MAX 10 customer—converted the majority of its existing ...

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