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it was the moment that changed the Paris air show from sleepy too startling British Airways owner IAG agreeing to buy up to two hundred or Boeing's seven three seven Max jets those on the plane still grounded off to two fatal crashes , news of the sale walls a bolt from the blue not least it seems for their boss on Thursday the European joint confirmed it was never given a chance to offer its own airplanes that is hardly unusual and lines normally haggle hard with both big plane may because now Abbas says it will try to overturn the agreement valued at around twenty four billion dollars or launch %HESITATION although like %HESITATION to on the plane is important in the industry %HESITATION we here it's about %HESITATION letter off intention so we would be very happy to compete %HESITATION when it comes to a tender for these , a large number of planes it does still have a chance so far I AG has only signed a letter of intent to purchase that is short of a fool formal deal , but Boeing is bullish the sale was a huge vote of confidence in its troubled Max jets on Thursday it said it was talking to other airlines about for the sales though noble deal seem likely this week today %HESITATION we we are engaging with with several across the globe because people would like to flee their life to make long term plans as well I AG it's betting that the Max's problems will soon be fixed and for Dalton , all sweaty Walsh says he would fly on one to die