New 737 orders break 1,000; current version output rises
Jan 03, 2013 | 12:08 PM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES An order for 60 of Boeing Co.s new 737 MAX airliners has pushed the number of orders for the newest version of the companys bestselling aircraft to more than 1,000.
Boeing said this week that an order from Aviation Capital Group (ACG), a Newport Beach, Calif.-based leasing company, for 50 MAX 8s and 10 MAX 9s is worth $6 billion at current list prices, although it didnt disclose a negotiated price. ....
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