United Said to Pick Boeing Again in Snub to Bombardier, Embraer

  • Latest order would be for 25 Boeing 737 jetliners, people say
  • Agreement would have a value of $2 billion at list prices

Employees work on a Boeing 737 airplane at the Boeing manufacturing facility in Renton, Washington.

Photographer: David Ryder/Bloomberg

United Airlines is poised to order another $2 billion of Boeing Co.’s narrow-body jets, snubbing newer models from Canada’s Bombardier Inc. and Brazil’s Embraer SA for the second time in a little more than a month, according to two people familiar with the airline’s plans.

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