Posts Tagged ‘Boeing 777-300ER’

Iran Air Confirms Cancellation of Early Boeing Delivery

Iran Air Tail

Iran Air has confirmed the cancellation of the earlier-than-expected delivery of a Boeing 777-300ER as part of a $17 billion order from the American planemaker. The cancellation came after deputy minister of roads and urban development, Asghar Fakhrieh-Kashan, announced this month that Boeing had offered the jet to Iran Air after Turkish Airlines canceled its…

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Boeing logs over $6 billion in April commercial aircraft orders

JAL Boeing 777

Boeing booked orders for 34 commercial aircraft in April, valued at approximately $6.02 billion at list prices. On April 28, Boeing reported China Eastern Airlines finalized an order for 15 787-9s, valued at $3.97 billion. However, in its month-end tally, Boeing recorded the order as coming from an unidentified customer. On April 22, a separate unidentified…

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A Look At Boeing’s Commercial Orders And Deliveries In March 2016

Swiss 777-300ER

Figure 1: Boeing deliveries up until April 2015 (Source: AeroAnalysis.net) In February Boeing booked just 2 narrow body orders. March was a whole lot better: Boeing received 69 orders, 9 wide body orders and 60 narrow body orders. Turkish leisure carrier Pegasus Airlines ordered 5 Boeing 737-800NGs Unidentified customers ordered 8 Boeing 737MAX units An…

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Boeing inks $3.3 billion 777 order from Kuwait Airways

Kuwait Airways Boeing 777

Boeing and Kuwait Airways have finalized an order for 10 777-300ERs (Extended Range), valued at $3.3 billion at list prices. The order underlines the popularity of the 777-300ER as the preferred long-haul aircraft of many of the world’s leading airlines including those from the Middle East. The airline originally announced its intent to order the…

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Gulf Based Airlines Closes Financing Deal For 16 Aircraft

Emirates Airline Airbus A380

Gulf-based airlines have closed financing agreements for a total of 16 Boeing and Airbus aircraft, according to statements from the carriers and banks involved. The region’s airlines are securing funds as they take delivery of what Boeing has forecast to be a need for 2,610 aircraft by 2033, valued at $550 billion. Dubai’s Emirates airline…

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