Dubai-based global aviation services company to acquire 15 of the aircraft
The Dubai-based global aviation services company has 162 Boeing aircraft in its fleet.
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has thrown its full backing behind the returning Boeing 737 Max 8 with a $1.8 billion order to acquire 15 of the aircraft.
The Max aeroplanes had been grounded following two crashes, by Lion Air in October 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines in March 2019, which claimed the lives of 346 passengers collectively.
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