With a 60-aircraft order for GOL Airlines, the formal signing for 75 from GE Capital Airplane Services (Gecas) and another 22 for unidentified customers, Boeing says its new-engine 737 MAX program has accumulated 821 orders. In addition, Gecas ordered 10 737-800s from the current Next Generation series. The order was announced at the Farnborough air show but signed on Oct. 3. The GOL order is the first for the MAX in South America. MAX is now in design and is to enter service in 2017 with ...
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