Korean Air has signed a MOU with Airbus to acquire up to 50 A321neo aircraft, its first of the type. The agreement, covering 30 aircraft plus 20 options, was announced at the Paris Air Show. Korean Air has also signed an MOU with Boeing for 30 737 MAX aircraft and two additional 777-300ERs, with options on an additional 20 737 MAXs. The agreement is valued at approximately $3.9 billion at current list prices. The Korean flag carrier selected CFM LEAP-1B engines to power the 30 737 MAX ...

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