Boeing’s largest order in South Asia includes 190 737 MAXs, 20 787 Dreamliners and 10 777X jets; options for additional 50 737 MAX jets and 20 787 Dreamliners
LE BOURGET, France – Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Air India announced that they have finalized an order for up to 290 new Boeing jets and expanded services. At the 2023 Paris Air Show, the companies held a signing ceremony to celebrate the historic purchase of Boeing’s market-leading single-aisle and widebody jets to renew and expand Air India’s fleet.
The order, which includes 190 737 MAXs, 20 787 Dreamliners and 10 777X jets with options for 50 737 MAXs
and 20 787 Dreamliners, is Boeing’s largest order in South Asia and highlights its 90-year partnership with Air
India. A comprehensive set of aviation services will also enable Air India to sustainably expand its operations in
South Asia’s rapidly growing aviation market. Over the next 20 years, South Asia is expected to more than triple its in-service fleet from 700 to 2,300 airplanes to meet passenger demand.
The companies announced in February that Air India had selected these Boeing models to serve its strategy for
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