Highlights Boeing 737 Demand and Pricing Firming Up After the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft fleet was grounded by regulators worldwide in March, some noticeable trends are occurring in the market for Boeing 737 Classic and Next Generation aircraft, according to Firoz Tarapore, CEO of Dubai-based lessor DAE Capital. “Both demand and pricing are firming up,” Tarapore told Inside MRO. However, with changes due for the MAX, including a new software fix and overhaul of pilot training ...

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