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Turkmenistan Airlines Plans To Order One Boeing 777-200 Long Range

Boeing (BA) said that Turkmenistan Airlines plans to order one 777-200LR (Long Range) airplane. The commitment is valued at $346.9 million at list price.

Boeing said that the new 777-200LR will be the 32nd airplane purchased by Turkmenistan Airlines from the company. Turkmenistan's flag carrier, based in Ashgabat, operates 737, 757 and 777 aircraft models.

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