As Boeing looks for more sales in the Asia-Pacific market with its 737 MAX range, its larger and higher-density variants could help it push further into the key low-cost carrier (LCC) market. The manufacturer already has a strong orderbook for the MAX family in this region. Of the 86 customers with 3,700 orders for this model globally, at least 17 are Asia-Pacific airlines representing 840 orders. Added to this subtotal are six lessors owned by Asian companies, accounting for more than 200 ...

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