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Boeing has received record orders for it's planes

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Just a week after Emirates has placed a record order worth ~$18B for 50 777s, Boeing received an even bigger order from Lion Air, worth ~$22B for 230 737s, with an option for more planes worth ~$14B. American Airlines placed an order for 200 planes, mostly 787s, back in July.

It looks to me like Boeing will be pretty busy for the next few years and hopefully the company and their parts suppliers will start hiring more workers to keep up with the demand.

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