China’s Okay Airways Orders 737 MAX

SINGAPORE—China’s first private airline, Okay Airways, signed a commitment for up to 20 Boeing 737s at the Singapore Air Show, all but one in the MAX family. The preliminary order, which has yet to be approved by the Chinese government, was the first such deal Boeing announced at the show. The...

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