Malaysia Airlines has signed an MOU with Boeing to convert eight existing orders for the 737 MAX series to widebody 787-9s. The agreement also takes an additional eight purchase rights for 737 MAX 8s. The deal includes Global Fleet Care service to maintain the Malaysia national carrier’s current and future Boeing aircraft. “New widebody aircraft are a key to making Malaysia Airlines a premium airline offering a five-star product again, MD and CEO Peter Bellew said. “The ...

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