Following record orders for both Airbus and Boeing over the past few years, 2016 has been slow in comparison. The return of business from Iran is the welcome exception, providing the manufacturers with another major marketing opportunity. While Airbus was able to make the first step, now it is Boeing’s turn. Boeing confirmed on June 21 that Iran Air has signed a letter of intent to order its passenger jets, showing that the U.S. aircraft builder wants to vigorously challenge rival ...

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