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this is Paris SO was supposed to be a relatively sleepy affair and lines haven't been ordering many new planes this year Boeing seems beset by the grounding of its seven three seven Max jets following two fatal crashes then came a twenty four billion dollars shock late Tuesday British Airways owner IAG signed a letter of intent to buy up to two hundred of the troubled jets it was a coup for Boeing and a big vote of confidence earlier in the show the focus at all being on the fallout from the grounding , after L. A.'s chief one to say he wanted some money back we will ask for compensation because we have an aircraft that are on the ground and it has been on the ground for extended period of time Boeing likely offered big discounts to win the I AG order on Wednesday at boss was fighting back early in the morning it's announced more big deals for its new ES three twenty one XLR Qantas and U. S. private equity firm indigo partners set to take as many as eighty six the jet is supposed to beat its US rival to a growing market for small at Croft that can fly long hole %HESITATION rule industry watchers say talk over an order droughts may have been over done we look at what's driving kind of passenger no growth it's coming out of Asia and to some degree the Middle East and there seems to be no signs of that slowing down smaller plans including Mitsubishi and amber at will so one orders this week in all manufacturers have announced about five hundred commitments by Wednesday morning that's less than half the number see in the lost Paris show two years ago box with a total value of around seventy billion dollars it's the kind of slow down many industries would kill for