IAG buys fleet of grounded Boeing planes

IAG buys fleet of grounded Boeing planes

International Consolidated Airlines (IAG) surprised attendees of the Paris Air Show when it announced that it intends to order 200 Boeing 737 Max aircraft – the model which has been grounded since March after two fatal crashes owing to a flaw in the plane’s software killed 346 passengers – in a deal said to be worth around $24bn (£19bn).

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