The Farnborough Airshow is closing up on its third day, which means that it’s time to review the orders announced at the airshow today. If you haven’t checked out the Day 1 Recap or the Day 2 Recap, feel free to read through those out first.

Boeing

VietJet has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for 100 737MAX aircraft, including 80 Max10s and 20 MAX8s. The deal is worth $12.7 billion at list prices.

Boeing has announced that four undisclosed customers have signed orders for a combined 93 737MAX. One of the customers committed to 40 MAX8s.

Airbus

Vivia Aerobus has signed an order for 25 A321neos. The carrier also converted 16 A320neo orders to the A321neo. This brings the total number of Airbus aircraft on order for Vivia Aerobus to 80.

An undisclosed customer has signed an MoU for six A330neo aircraft.

EasyJet took delivery of the first A321neo out of an order for 30 of the planes.

Bombardier

Uganda National Airlines has ordered four Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft. The deal is worth $190 million at list prices. The planes will allow Bombardier to become the first airline in Africa to use ATMOSPHERE cabin features that Bombardier has advertised at the airshow.

ATR

EasyFly has signed an MoU for five ATR planes, including three 72-600s and two 42-600s.

ATR has signed a deal with HAC, a subsidiary of Japan Airlines, for two 42-600s with an option for one more. The first aircraft will be delivered in 2019.

Featured image by Catarina Madureira/Aeronautics

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