Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) SilkAir has firmed up an order for 23 Boeing 737-800s and 31 737-8 MAX aircraft. SilkAir announced in August it had signed a letter-of-intent with Boeing for this number of 737-800 and 737-8 Max aircraft, and yesterday the airline disclosed it is a firm order. In the earlier announcement, SilkAir said the aircraft would be delivered in 2014-2021. The aircraft are for fleet expansion and will replace SilkAir’s Airbus A320-family aircraft. SilkAir CEO ...

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