Boeing finalizes two orders for 787-9 planes with Israel's MG Aviation
FARNBOROUGH England (Reuters) - Boeing finalised two orders for 787-9 Dreamliner planes with lessor MG Aviation Limited at the Farnborough Airshow on Wednesday, in a deal worth $499 million at list prices.
MG ordered two 787-9s in 2006 and now has four unfilled 787-9s orders.
The company is part of Jordache Enterprises, a conglomerate that also operates Arkia Israeli Airlines based in Tel Aviv.
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