Boeing firmed orders for 196 aircraft in March, valued at approximately $29 billion per Boeing’s 2018 list prices, which, following the Singapore Air Show in February, have risen by about 4.2% compared to last year. Airbus, by comparison, booked firm orders for eight aircraft in March, valued at about $900 million. Airbus’ price increase for 2018, announced in January, was up 2% over 2017 prices. The Toulouse-based manufacturer booked orders for two A321ceos for LCC VietJet Air ...

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