Jackson Square Aviation (JSA) has ordered 30 737 MAX airplanes in its first direct purchase from a jet maker. The two companies unveiled the $3.5 billion deal – per current list prices – during a signing ceremony at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow. The order, previously unidentified on Boeing’s Orders & Deliveries website, represents the 100th customer for the 737 MAX program. “Today’s order is an exciting moment in the history of Jackson Square Aviation,” said Toby Bright, JSA’s chief executive officer. “We are excited to become even more of a full-service partner for our airline customers by expanding our
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