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Boeing outsells Airbus at Paris Air Show

Boeing outsells Airbus at Paris Air Show

On the final business day of the Paris Air Show, Boeing emerged the clear winner over rival Airbus thanks largely to sales of the 737 MAX.
The 737 MAX 10 successfully launched in Paris was “clearly the star of the show,” said Boeing vice president for marketing Randy Tinseth, who said additional Boeing widebody jet sales could also help buoy production rates in Everett, a city in the Seattle area, where Boeing has a big presence.
Counting new firm orders and commitments, Boeing won 571 sales in Paris. Airbus claimed 336.
At list prices, the Boeing sales haul in Paris added up to $75 billion. According to market pricing data from aircraft valuation firm Avitas, the real value, after standard industry discounts, would be about $35 billion.
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