World’s two largest plane makers secured deals valued at $77billion within two hours on Wednesday at Dubai Airshow 2017.
After a slow start, Airbus secured order for 430 A320neo aircraft from Indigo partners valued at $49.5 billion; Within two hours after airbus announced a $50billion deal with Indigo partners, Boeing announced a record-breaking jetliner order from Flydubai for 175 B737MAX valued $22 billion, with the option of ordering further 50 aircraft. The 50 of the order is for 737 MAX 10s and the rest are for MAX 8s and MAX 9s
“The deal represents the largest-ever single-aisle jet order, by number of airplanes and total value, from a Middle East carrier” said Boeing.
Boeing hit the headline on the first day of the show with $15.1billion deal with Emirates and kept of adding new orders from other airlines throughout the show. But the Airbus was with no orders for the first two days and on the third day announced a massive 430 A320noe orders to stay on the race.
So far Airplane makers, together secured around $100 billion in orders at the show.