Flydubai is in talks with aircraft manufacturers about another large order, but the commitment may not be announced at this year’s Dubai Air Show. “I personally think we don’t have enough time to do a deal at the show,” Flydubai CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith said on the sidelines of the event. The Dubai-based LCC already has 75 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft arriving between now and 2023 from a previous order securing further growth. But reports say the carrier could place another ...

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