By Dominic Lalk
It has been a good week for Boeing. The U.S. OEM this week assembled the first B777X ahead of a maiden flight next year and first delivery in 2020. On Monday, Boeing also announced an order for up to 50 B737 MAX aircraft from South Korean LCC, Jeju Air.
Also in the news this week, Bamboo Airways said it hoped to launch operations on December 29, the SIA Group announced several route transfers from SilkAir to Scoot, Malaysia Aviation Group reshuffled its leadership team and Qantas Airways’ Alan Joyce said Qatar Airways should not be in the oneworld alliance if it “was not working for them”.
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