Boeing reported 20 new orders this week, all 737s except for one customized VIP 747.
Boeing booked 20 new jet orders this week: 19 for the single-aisle 737 and one for a VIP version of the 747 jumbo jet.
The orders are worth just over $1 billion, according to market value estimates by aircraft valuation firm Avitas.
Southwest Airlines placed a firm order for 13 of the Renton-built 737s. Boeing also revealed that three 737s previously listed as unidentified are going to Southwest.
Scandanavian airline SAS ordered one 737 and an unidentified customer ordered two more.
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In addition, Boeing booked orders for three private VIP Boeing Business Jet versions of the 737 and one customized 747 for a private customer. Boeing typically doesn’t identify its VIP customers.