Boeing Friday confirmed an order from Azerbaijan Airlines for three 787-8s and two 737-900ERs valued at $609 million at list prices (ATWOnline, Feb. 7). AZAL is the first airline from the former Soviet Union to order either type, Boeing said. The carrier will fly the 787 to destinations in East and Southeast Asia and North America, entering the long-haul market "for the first time," according to AZAL DG Jahangir Askerov. The aircraft will be powered by the GEnx. No engine choice was ...

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