LOS ANGELES — Boeing has clinched an order for 30 737 MAX from an unidentified customer, pushing the firm backlog for the new twinjet series past the 2,000 mark and closing the gap on the Airbus A320neo. Launched in July 2011, some eight months after the A320neo, Boeing’s re-engined and heavily modified 737 is now the fastest selling airliner in the company’s history. In addition to firm orders of 2,010, the program has also accumulated commitments for a further ...
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