Boeing booked orders for 34 commercial aircraft in April, valued at approximately $6.02 billion at list prices. On April 28, Boeing reported China Eastern Airlines finalized an order for 15 787-9s, valued at $3.97 billion. However, in its month-end tally, Boeing recorded the order as coming from an unidentified customer. On April 22, a separate unidentified customer ordered 10 737-800s, valued at $960 million, and earlier in the month a third unidentified customer placed an order for eight ...

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