Economy News _ Baghdad
Emirates Airlines may request more Boeing 787s under the same commercial terms as Sunday, Emirates airline chief Tim Clark said Tuesday.
Emirates announced on Sunday a commitment to buy 40 787-10 aircraft in a deal worth $ 15.1 billion.
Clark told reporters at the Dubai Airshow that the Dubai-based company could start receiving the aircraft before 2022, when the aircraft is due to begin delivery.
Clark did not say how many additional planes the company might require or when to take the decision to buy more.
Emirates may require more Boeing 787s under the same conditions
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