Boeing: deals with Ghana and Air Astana
(CercleFinance.com) - Boeing and the Republic of Ghana signed a memorandum of understanding at the Dubai Air Show for three 787.
9 Dreamliner aircraft worth 875.5 million dollars at catalogue prices.
The 787-9 can carry 296 passengers and travel up to 7,530 nautical miles (13,950 km) while reducing fuel consumption and emissions by 20%-25% compared to older aircraft.
Every day, there are over 1,600 commercial flights on a 787 Dreamliner. This means that somewhere in the world, a 787 Dreamliner takes off every minute.
Boeing also announces that Air Astana (Kazakhstan) has signed a letter of intent to buy 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8s with a catalogue price of 3.6 billion dollars.
Air Astana has steadily developed since it started business in May 2002, from its hubs located in Almaty and Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana), creating a network serving the main cities of Kazakhstan, Central Asia, Asia, China, Europe and Russia.
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