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PARIS (Reuters) - Aviation Capital Group (ACG) said on Tuesday it had placed an order for 20 of Boeing's (BA.N) new 737 MAX 10 passenger jets, worth a total of $2.49 billion at list prices.
"The deliveries are scheduled from 2022 and these are additional firm orders," ACG CEO Khanh Tran said at the Paris Airshow, confirming this was a new order, and not a conversion from an existing deal for one of Boeing's other models.
Of the new MAX 10 jet, Boeing sales vice president Ihssane Mounir said: "It is getting a big endorsement from airlines and that is leading to more lessors endorsing it too".
Reporting by Tim Hepher; Editing by Mark Potter