Computer-generated drawing of a 737 MAX 9 in Lion Air livery. Courtesy, Boeing Indonesian carrier Lion Air (JT) has firmed up its agreement with Boeing announced in November to buy 201 Boeing 737 MAXs and 29 737-900ERs in a $22.4 billion contract that is Boeing’s largest ever. JT also acquired purchase rights for a further 150 737s. The initial commitment was announced in Bali, Indonesia, with US President Barack Obama present (ATW Daily News, Nov. 21, ...

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