Dubai (AP) - The US aircraft manufacturer Boeing can hope for another order for its crisis jet 737 Max.

The airline Air Astana from Kazakhstan wants to order 30 copies of the medium-haul jet, as both sides announced at the Dubai Air Show. So far, it's just a letter of intent. The deal should be finalized in the coming months.

On Monday, the German-Turkish holiday airline Sunexpress, which is partly owned by Lufthansa, had already ordered ten machines of the type. After two crashes with a total of 346 deaths, the aircraft type has been subject to a worldwide flight ban since March. The deliveries are also stopped. Boeing hopes to be able to ship machines again in December.