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BOEING and Azerbaijan Airlines have finalised an order for two Boeing Next-Generation 737-900ERs and two 767-300ERs. The order is valued at US$449 million at list prices. One of the 767s is a substitution for a previously ordered 787.

“We are eager to build our Boeing fleet with these additional 737s and 767s to meet continued demand for air travel in our region,” said Jahangir Askerov, president of Azerbaijan Airlines. “Today’s order is yet another step forward in our strong relationship with Boeing. We look forward to operating the 787 and benefiting from its advanced performance features, however the 767-300ER is the economical and logical choice to fulfil our interim capacity targets.”

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