Air Astana orders 30 of Boeing's 737 MAX jets in $3.6B deal

Tuesday, 19. November 2019 11:21

Kazakhstan's national airline Air Astana announced on Tuesday that it signed a letter of intent to purchase 30 of Boeing Co.'s 737 MAX airplanes. The value of the agreement is estimated at $3.6 billion.

The announcement was made at the Dubai Air Show. The 737 MAX jets will be a part of the fleet for the Kazakh flag carrier's new low-cost airline FlyArystan, which will be focused on the domestic market.

Yesterday, Turkish airline SunExpress stated that it plans to purchase 10 of 737 MAX planes in a deal worth $1.2 billion.

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