Boeing celebrates a successful first day at the Paris Air Show with a dedicated video summary.
In all, Boeing made 288 total orders & announcements from 12 customers. The aircraft manufacturer showed off its new 737 MAX 10 aircraft which enjoyed a warm reception from customers earning a total of 240 orders.
Here are the highlights of Boeing’s Paris Air Show Day One:
UPS and Boeing have collaborated on airlift since 1981 when UPS purchased its first 727s to begin its Next Day Air operation, and the transportation giant was Boeing’s launch customer for the 767 freighter in 1995.
The MOU is valued at approximately $1.25 billion.
The order consists of converting 20 of the lessors current 170 MAX orders to the larger MAX 10. GECAS also placed an order for 100 A320/A321 neo aircraft.
The agreement, valued at $8.1 billion at list prices, makes lessor AerCap the largest customer for the 787 Dreamliner.
The lessor already has unfilled orders for 20 737 MAX aeroplanes and was also one of the first Middle East customers for the 787 Dreamliner.
Norwegian now has 110 unfilled orders for 737 MAX 8s valued at $225 million (at current list prices).