China Southern Airlines has committed to 30 Boeing 737NGs and 50 737 MAXs, valued at $8.4 billion at current list prices, and its Xiamen Airlines subsidiary is to take 30 Boeing 737 MAXs. Once firmed, the complex agreement will see Boeing take back 13 757s, three 737-300s and “certain aircraft spare parts and spare engines,” China Southern said, announcing its plans to the Hong Kong stock exchange on Dec. 17. Furthermore, Xiamen Airlines is switching nine of the 40 737s that it ...

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