Aviation Capital Group orders 60 Boeing 737s

01/7/2013 | Trade Arabia (Bahrain)

U.S.-based Aviation Capital Group has placed an order for $6 billion worth of Boeing 737 Max jets, the fuel-efficient plane that emits 13% less carbon dioxide than its predecessors. The order of 60 planes "is a major step in building our broad portfolio of modern, fuel-efficient airplanes," said Denis Kalscheur, Aviation Capital's CEO. "The 737 Max enables us to offer our customers airplanes that provide the fuel efficiency, reliability and passenger comforts needed to grow in tomorrow's marketplace."

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