Boeing, Monarch working on $3B order: reports

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Boeing Co. is working on a $3 billion deal to sell about 30 jets to Monarch Airlines. Airbus has been the British airline’s supplier, Reuters reported. Monarch said it hasn’t made a final decision.

The order for 30 Boeing 737 Max jets could be announced during the Farnborough International Air Show, which begins July 14, sources told The Wall Street Journal.

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