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Boeing closed almost twice as many deals as rival Airbus did at the biggest deal-making event of the year

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American planemaker Boeing closed 571 deals, worth some $75 billion, during the Paris Air Show.

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Meanwhile, French planemaker and main Boeing rival Airbus closed only 326 deals, worth about $40 billion.

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Deals include sales of new aircrafts, updates from older to newer models, and commitments to future purchases.

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Having to feed growing demand at home, buyers from Asia were responsible for many of the deals closed during the traditional Paris Air Show.

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Buyers from Asia included China’s Okay Airways, Indonesia’s Lion Mentari Airlines, and India’s SpiceJet.

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And growing interest for single-aisle aircrafts also helped boost the number of deals.

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Boeing’s victory is much due to the launch and sales success of the single-aisle Boeing 737 Max 10 aircraft.

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