The shares of Boeing Co. BA, +0.26% rose 0.2% on Tuesday in premarket trade after the aerospace giant announced a 40-737 MAX order from Dublin’s aircraft leasing company Avolon. Boeing made the announcement at the Paris Air Show. The company stated that the order had not been previously identified on their orders and deliveries website. Stan Deal, chief executive officer at Boeing Commercial Airplanes said that this order demonstrates how popular the 737-8 is among leasing companies and the demand for the model from their customers. Boeing and Avolon are long-standing partners, with Avolon taking delivery of the 1,000th Boeing 737 MAX last year. Boeing’s stock is up 15.5% for the year so far, and has gained 3.5% in comparison to the Dow Jones Industrial Average -0.32%.