Boeing Corporation To Sell Thirty 737 Max Jets To Iranian Airline Aseman

Boeing 737-8 MAX N8704Q (27946580010) (rotated)

The U.S. plane maker Boeing said Tuesday it agreed to sell 30 of its 737 MAX jets to Iran’s Aseman Airlines, a deal worth $3 billion. The sale marks the second such Boeing deal made possible by the 2015 nuclear agreement signed by former U.S. president Barack Obama to relieve sanctions on the Middle Eastern country.…

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