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Boeing secures jet deal commitments worth $23 billion at the Paris Air Show

bizjournals Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Boeing Co. said Monday it has commitments from airlines and jet leasing companies for a slew of potential aircraft orders worth $23 billion at list prices. Boeing secured scads of commitments for its new 737 Max 10 jet, which was officially unveiled at the Paris Air Show Monday. In commercial aerospace, a commitment means the airline wants to order the airplanes from a manufacturer like Boeing, but that the jet maker and buyer have neither reached a final agreement on the purchase price nor signed…
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News video: Boeing says commercial hypersonic jets could be available in next decade

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The CEO of Boeing said at the Paris Air Show that commercial hypersonic jets will become a reality in the next decade or two, which will drastically cut down current air travel times.

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