Boeing logged firm orders for a total of 160 commercial aircraft in June—following orders from Qatar Airways, SMBC Aviation Capital, AerCap and at least five unidentified customers—while rival manufacturer Airbus booked firm orders from seven customers for 134 commercial aircraft.  As of June 30, Airbus has logged 379 gross commercial aircraft orders year-to-date, compared with Boeing’s 322. Boeing’s largest order for the month came from Dutch lessor AerCap on ...

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