Kazakh airline SCAT orders six Boeing jets

Reuters

DUBAI (Reuters) - Boeing <BA.N> signed a deal at the Dubai Airshow on Thursday to sell six Boeing 737 MAX 8 passenger jets to SCAT Airlines of Kazakhstan, a person close to the discussions said.

 

The deal, involving a firm order for the six aircraft worth $600 million at list prices, was expected to be announced later on Thursday.

 

The airline, based in the South Kazakhstan city of Shymkent, also secured purchase rights for a further five 737 MAX 8 aircraft, the person said.

 

(Reporting by Tim Hepher)

 
 
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