Reportedly, Japanese airline ANA Holdings Inc. has finalized an order for 20 Boeing (BA) 737 MAX jets first announced in January 2019, which also includes the option for another 10 of the narrowbody type. The carrier informed it would switch two of the 20 777-9 passenger planes it has on order to the 777-8F freighter model to expand its cargo business. The 737 MAX planes are expected to be delivered from the financial year starting in April 2025.
Based on the aerospace giant’s latest list prices on its website the order for 20 737 MAX 8 planes is expected to be worth $2.4 billion.
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