Singapore Airlines (SIA) has committed to buying 30 Boeing 787-10X aircraft, but only if the airframer formally launches the program. The deal, unveiled on May 30 by the airline, calls for all 30 787-10X deliveries to be made in the Star Alliance member’s fiscal year starting April 1, 2018. SIA also announced a follow-on order for 30 Airbus A350-900s with options for 20 more that can be converted to the larger A350-1000. The latest A350-900 firm orders are scheduled for ...

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