The Latest on developments at the Dubai Air Show with key deals struck at the venue (all times local):
Dubai’s low-cost carrier FlyDubai and Boeing Co. say they’ve agreed to a deal worth $27 billion sale for 225 Boeing 737 MAX 10 aircraft.
That’s according to announcements by the two companies as the Dubai Air Show draws to a close.
FlyDubai says it’s the carrier’s third order with Boeing.
It says the planes would bring the low-cost carriers total fleet up to 320.
FlyDubai has begun to code-share flights with Emirates. Both airlines are owned by Dubai’s government.
Airbus announced on Wednesday that it will sell 430 airplanes to U.S. firm Indigo Partners for $49.5 billion in the European firm’s biggest deal ever.