Boeing works to win another Saudi deal, this time for the 737 Max
Wing and fuselage of the airplane in the aviation hangar

U.S. plane maker Boeing is working to sell at least 150 of its 737 Max jetliners to Saudi Arabian startup Riyadh Air. Owned by Saudi’s Public Investment Fund, Riyadh Air is in the market for a total of 300 to 400 single-aisle jets. This would be Boeing’s second major deal in Saudi Arabia this year, giving Boeing an edge in a Gulf market primed for growth. A 150-jet order would be valued at around USD 8 billion.