United places $14.7bn deal for MAXs and 737s; Airbus adds $6.5bn to sales total

Computer rendering of 737 MAX 9 in United livery. Courtesy, Boeing United Airlines capped a bumper air show for Boeing Thursday with a $14.7 billion firm order for 100 737 MAX aircraft and 50 737-900ERs. The deal brought firm MAX orders up to 649, and helped close the gap with the 1,454 firm orders...

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