They want them, they don’t want them – they want them. Now it’s clear: Qatar Airways has placed a firm order for 25 Boeing 737 MAX 10 aircraft. It secures options for more aircraft.
Regardless of the outcome of the legal dispute between Airbus and Qatar Airways, neither company will be the clear winner. Boeing, on the other hand, does it. Because the aircraft manufacturer has landed an order for the Boeing 737 Max 10 due to the dispute.
Gulf Air wants to buy up to 50 aircraft, the two companies announced Thursday (July 21) at the Farnborough Air Show. Qatar Airways has placed a firm order for 25 Boeing 737 Max 10 aircraft. A letter of intent regarding the purchase and options already exist but expired in early July.
LOI has expired
Airbus said in a court document released on Thursday (July 7) that Qatar Airways was informed that An initial agreement to buy up to 50 Boeing 737 Max aircraft is no longer valid. Airbus had previously requested a copy of the 737 Max agreement as part of the litigation.
Qatar Airways has previously raised these matters on its own when it came to their claim for damages to the A350. However, the airline rejected the European manufacturer’s request on the grounds that Max’s contract had “expired”. So the company’s demand that includes options is basically the same thing – revived.
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