Korean Air has finalized an order for 30 Boeing 737 MAXs and two 777-300ERs, with a list value of nearly $4 billion, firming up the commitment it made during the Paris Air Show in June. Boeing said the total order could reach up to 52 aircraft, if Korean Air exercises the 20 737 MAX options which form part of the deal. “I am confident these new airplanes will play an important role in Korean Air’s fleet modernization program for many years to come,” Boeing Commercial ...

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