PARIS (Reuters) - Two aircraft leasing companies kicked off orders for the newly launched Boeing 737 MAX 10 on Monday.
CDB Aviation, the aircraft leasing arm of China Development Bank, signed a provisional deal for 60 Boeing aircraft including 10 of the latest member of the 737 MAX family.
The Hong Kong lessor also signed a memorandum of understanding for 42 Boeing MAX 8 and 8 wide-body Boeing 787-9 airplanes at a ceremony at the Paris Airshow.
GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), part of General Electric (GE.N), announced a purchase of 20 of the Boeing 737 MAX 10 aircraft, which will seat up to 230 people.
Reporting by Tim Hepher; Editing by Sudip Kar-Gupta