Tuesday, October 21, 2014   

Shandong Airlines orders 50 Boeing 737s
(04-22 10:55)

China's Shandong Airlines said it has agreed to buy 50 737 passenger airplanes worth US$4.6 billion from US manufacturer Boeing.
Shandong "signed an agreement with Boeing on April 21 to purchase 50 Boeing 737 planes'', it said in a statement dated Monday.
The planes include 16 737-800s and 34 737MAX models, the statement said, adding that the base price of the planes was $4.6 billion. --AFP
   
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