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Boeing Eyes 150 Chinook New Orders for 2015-2022

boeing logoTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 14,  2015 — Boeing (NYSE: BA) has indicated that it expects overseas demand to increase for the H-47 Chinook helicopter in coming years, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Defense News said Stephen Parker, program manager and vice president for cargo helicopters at Boeing, bared the company is in talks to secure a potential 150 new orders from both direct commercial and foreign military sales through 2022.

“There’s foreign military sales of F models, there’s also direct commercial sales, ” Parker was quoted as telling reporters on the sidelines of the AUSA 2015 Meeting & Exposition.

“We see a mixture of FMS and DCS sales, to give you a range, of over 150 Chinooks between now and 2022.”

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