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    Boeing Roundup: Morocco’s 787 Dreamliner order… Analysts on a potential Embraer deal

    03 Jan 2018

    Chicago-based Boeing (NYSE: BA) has operations around the country. Here are other recent stories reported by The Business Journals.

    Boeing's Ihssane Mounir closes the year with an order for 787 Dreamliners

    Boeing said Wednesday that Royal Air Maroc, Morocco's flagship airline, has ordered two new 787-9 Dreamliners worth more than $500 million at list prices. Boeing and the Casablanca-based airline also disclosed an earlier order for two more 787s. That December 2016 order was previously reported as placed by an 'unidentified buyer.” (Puget Sound Business Journal)

    Boeing talks not considering change of control at Embraer

    Tie-up talks between Boeing Co. and Embraer SA do not contemplate a change of control at the Brazilian planemaker and are focused on joint ventures and joint business agreements, a Brazilian newspaper reported on Tuesday. Citing sources familiar with the talks, Valor Econômico said the companies were looking at forming joint business agreements in which they divide costs and income in certain areas, or JVs, in which both companies enter independently into a partnership. (Reuters)

    Five things analysts are saying about a potential Boeing-Embraer deal

    Aerospace analysts say a Boeing-Embraer link-up would offer big synergy potential for both the U.S. and Brazilian jet makers. But a full-out takeover looks unlikely given the Brazilian government's vocal opposition to such a deal. (Puget Sound Business Journal)

    Boeing flies past 2016 order total

    With time left to potentially still add to its order total for the year, the Boeing Co. has already easily surpassed the number of new net orders it amassed in 2016. According to the company’s website, Boeing had logged 844 net orders for commercial aircraft through Dec. 19 after earlier this month having finalized an order for 175 737 MAX aircraft from flydubai. (Wichita Business Journal)

    New AIM Aerospace CEO Daniele Cagnatel plans big changes at the Boeing supplier

    Daniele Cagnatel, named CEO and president of AIM Aerospace in August, says he's planning big changes at the Puget Sound region's fourth-largest aerospace company in 2018. (Puget Sound Business Journal) Subscriber content

    Amazon's Prime Air cargo jet fleet is bigger than ever and has a new name (Video) says its fleet of Boeing 767 cargo jets is now up to 32 freighters. Seattle-based Amazon leases the Amazon Air fleet (formerly called Amazon Prime Air) from Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc. and Air Transport Services Group, and had 25 of the jets in operation as of July. Amazon bought a 10 percent stake in ATSG in March. (Puget Sound Business Journal)


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