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Boeing orders light up at heatwave-affected Farnborough

The industry seeks renewed confidence at the first airshow in three years.

Boeing's 737 Max at Farnborough Airshow.

Peter Owens Wed, 20 Jul 2022

While the British aircraft industry has been languishing for many years, the Farnborough Airshow remains the major marketplace for the international aviation industry.

As the UK sweated in an unusual heatwave, the first airshow in three years started with a bang as Boeing announced an order from

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Peter Owens Wed, 20 Jul 2022
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