DUBAI—Boeing’s MAX sales resurgence continued on the third day of the Dubai Airshow as the company announced a commitment from Air Astana for 30 MAXs and finalized a firm order behind the scenes for 20 more, Aviation Week confirmed. Boeing also announced its first new widebody business, from Ghana’s new national carrier. The Air Astana letter-of-intent, announced Nov. 19, is for 30 MAX 8s, which will be flown by the Kazak flag carrier’s FlyArystan low-cost ...

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