The agreement was confirmed yesterday in the white house.
Singapore Airlines has signed an order for 39 Boeing aircraft. It includes twenty 777-9 aircraft and nineteen 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft, all valued at approximately $ 13.8 million dollars.
The order made by Singapore Airlines to Boeing was made Monday at the White House, with the presence of US President Donald Trump, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and senior representatives of the airline and the manufacturer of planes.
The agreement also includes twelve additional aircraft, six 777-9 and six 787-10 making the order one of the most important that has received Boeing in 2017.
The aircraft will be delivered from 2018.
“Seventy years ago Boeing and Singapore Airlines have been strong partners since the airline’s first operations, we are delighted to complete this purchase for an additional 20 and 19 777Xs 787-10 Dreamliner respectively. The Singapore Airlines order is a testament to the capabilities market leaders in the Boeing wide-body aircraft market and will be expecting the first delivery of the first 787-10 to SIA next year, ” said Kevin McAllister, CEO of The Boeing Commercial Airplanes.