Reuters - Tracy Rucinski / Eric Johnson

United Airlines (UAL.O) unveiled its largest-ever order for Boeing (BA.N) and Airbus (AIR.PA) jets on Tuesday, lining up 270 planes in a push for post-pandemic growth with bigger jets for domestic flying. 

The Boeing-dominated order for 200 Boeing 737 MAX and 70 Airbus A321neo jets, worth over $30 billion at list prices, will boost United's domestic capacity by almost 30%, allowing it to better compete for both premium and low-cost travel.

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