Complete list of Boeing order announcements in Paris

The Boeing Co. today issued a handy list of the order announcements it made this week at the Paris Air Show. You can learn more about these and other things at the company’s air show Web page.

Paris Air Show order announcements by Boeing

Customer (Quantity) Model Approx. list-price value Status
TUI Travel PLC * (60) 737 MAX $6.1 billion Commitment
Skymark Airlines (4) 737 MAX $400 million Commitment
GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) (10) 787-10 $2.9 billion Commitment
Qatar Airways (2) 777-300ER

(7) 777-300ER

$2.8 billion Firm order (2)

Commitment (7)

Air Lease Corporation (30) 787-10

(3) 787-9

$9.4 billion Commitment
IAG/British Airways ** (12) 787-10 $3.5 billion Commitment
Singapore Airlines (30) 787-10 $8.7 billion Firm order
United Airlines (20) 787-10 $5.8 billion Firm order
Korean Air (5) 747-8i

(6) 777-300ER

$3.6 billion Commitment
CIT Aerospace (30) 737 MAX 8 $3.0 billion Firm order
Ryanair (175) 737-800 $15.6 billion Firm order
Oman Air (5) 737-900ER $473 million Firm order
Travel Service (3) 737 MAX 8 $301 million Commitment
Unidentified customer(s) (20) 737

(20) 737 MAX

$3.8 billion Firm order

* First announced by customer on May 31

** Subject to shareholder approval

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