SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines (SIA), said Friday it would buy 54 new Boeing planes in a deal worth $4.9 billion, with an option to buy a further 14 aircraft. The airline said the order is the largest in its history and “remains subject to the negotiation of a final purchase agreement”. (more…)
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