Chinese carrier Donghai Airlines will convert 10 Boeing 737 MAXs it now has on order to Boeing’s new 737 MAX 10 variant, the company announced June 21 at the Paris Air Show. Donghai’s order is valued at $1.2 billion at list prices. Shenzhen-based Donghai launched passenger service operations in early 2014 after eight years solely as a cargo airline. The carrier operates a fleet of 15 737-800s, serving over 35 cities across China, and plans to begin international long-haul ...

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