Malaysia Airlines yesterday announced an order for 35 737-800s and 20 options plus an agreement with Airbus regarding the delayed delivery of its six A380s. The narrowbody order is worth $4.2 billion at list prices assuming all options will be exercised. Delivery will begin in September 2010, "when the weakness of the global economy should be less of a concern," MAS MD and CEO Idris Jala said. It was unclear whether the aircraft are part of a Boeing order placed last month by an unidentified ...

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