British Airways owner IAG to order 50 B737 MAX jets


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British Airways owner IAG has actually consented to order 50 B737 MAX airplane provided in between 2023 and 2027.

The order for 25 737 -8-200 and 25 737 MAX 10 jets for short-haul operations at IAG-owned airline companies deserves $6.25 billion. The business stated it had actually worked out a considerable discount rate, as is normal.

” The addition of brand-new Boeing 737 s is a fundamental part of IAG’s short-haul fleet renewal,” IAG Chief Executive Luis Gallego stated.

The order from such a big customer is an important signal to the marketplace when Boeing deals with a significantly high-stakes fight to win accreditation of the biggest MAX version.

Source: IAG

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