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Boeing’s new 777X mini-jumbos are on fire at the Dubai Air Show (but not literally)

Simon Atkinson Nov 18, 2013
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BBC World Service

Boeing’s new 777X mini-jumbos are on fire at the Dubai Air Show (but not literally)

Simon Atkinson Nov 18, 2013
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Boeing’s new 777X airplanes led the Dubai Air Show’s opening day. The company claims orders of roughly $95 billion, purported to be the largest product launch in the history of commercial aviation.

The BBC’s Simon Atkinson notes that the Dubai Air Show is host to the world’s fastest-growing carriers, and they’re looking for more aircrafts to meet high demand.

“The Middle East really has become a hub for global aviation over the past decade,” he says. 

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