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Boeing Books 1044 Net Orders For 2006  
User currently offlineNoWorries From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 539 posts, RR: 1
Posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 12840 times:

Hot off the presses -- haven't seen this is any other publication yet:

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...nology/2003501594_webboeing29.html

Fair use excerpt:

Boeing sealed 110 of those orders in the last nine days, including a large order finalized Friday from Korean Air that pushed the total over the top.

[Edited 2006-12-30 05:10:36]

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User currently offlineMymorningsong From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 98 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 12836 times:

Just amazing, particularly after last year. Congrats to Boeing.

User currently offlineLeelaw From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 12813 times:

As reported by Dominic Gates of the Seattle Times in the linked article:

Quote:
Boeing spokesman Randy Harrison said, that with two days to go before year-end, the 2006 sales total stands at 1,014 net jet orders, compared to 1,002 net orders last year.


User currently offlineJAAlbert From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 1626 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 12779 times:

wow! that is truly amazing. and lots of widebodies in the order book too. At the risk of having a tomato tossed my way . . . how did airbus do? I can never figure out its order book.

User currently offlineCruiser From Canada, joined Apr 2005, 1001 posts, RR: 7
Reply 4, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 12768 times:

Quoting JAAlbert (Reply 3):
how did airbus do? I can never figure out its order book.

Airbus waited until aroun January 15th last year...we will likely have to wait just as long this year.



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User currently offlineT773ER From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 278 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 12662 times:

The title of the article says "2007 is record-breaking year for Boeing commercial jet orders", I thought we've been in 2006 all this time, how silly of me!


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User currently offlineReggaebird From Jamaica, joined Nov 1999, 1176 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 12464 times:

Well, I completely expect Airbus to announce (around January 12th) that their sales total "is similar to Boeing's". I learned my lesson from last year! Nonetheless, Boeing's order value totals will far surpass Airbus as it did last year.

User currently offlineN328KF From United States of America, joined May 2004, 6491 posts, RR: 3
Reply 7, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 12450 times:

When Hamlet69 releases his year-end summary, we should do a comparison by list price.


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User currently offlineAirFrnt From United States of America, joined Jul 2004, 2830 posts, RR: 42
Reply 8, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 12365 times:

Astounding year after what we saw last year in the orders race. These orders really give Boeing a solid toe-hold for the next couple of years.

User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 9, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 12060 times:

Look for Boeing to exceed Airbus in unit production during 2008. Why 2008? That's when B787 production will ramp up. Meanwhile, production of the B747, B767, and B777 will remain similar to now and B737 production will probably increase slightly.

User currently offlineSlz396 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 12007 times:

Quoting Zvezda (Reply 9):
Look for Boeing to exceed Airbus in unit production during 2008. Why 2008? That's when B787 production will ramp up. Meanwhile, production of the B747, B767, and B777 will remain similar to now and B737 production will probably increase slightly.

Have we already heard from Boeing on what their planned annual production is going to be over the coming 5 years, because we sure have heard from A what they are planning to produce annually over the next 5 years and that was no small business!

If Boeing would be as open on this matter as Airbus and just gave us their planned production figures, we'd immediately know for sure if and when Boeing is going to overtake Airbus again in production...

With Airbus pumping up production of the A320 to close to 500 a year by the end of this decade, I don't think the 787 production numbers will be instrumental to helping Boeing overtake Airbus again... Whoever produces most of the most popular planes (i.e. the narrow bodies) is standing a very good chance of also being the biggest overall aircraft manufacturer in the world and for the foreseeable future this is going to be Airbus.


User currently offline777ER From New Zealand, joined Dec 2003, 12341 posts, RR: 18
Reply 11, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 11994 times:
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WOW! I wonder how many of those orders are thanks to the B787. I would certainly love to know also how many widebody orders Airbus got over narrow body orders. WAY TO GO BOEING. Its time to pop those corks and party

User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 12, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 11988 times:

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 10):
With Airbus pumping up production of the A320 to close to 500 a year by the end of this decade, I don't think the 787 production numbers will be instrumental to helping Boeing overtake Airbus again... Whoever produces most of the most popular planes (i.e. the narrow bodies) is standing a very good chance of also being the biggest overall aircraft manufacturer in the world and for the foreseeable future this is going to be Airbus.

The order backlogs for the A320 and B737 are about the same size and orders are coming in at about the same rate, so production rates for these models must necessarily converge.


User currently offlineSlz396 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 11934 times:

Quoting Zvezda (Reply 12):
The order backlogs for the A320 and B737 are about the same size and orders are coming in at about the same rate, so production rates for these models must necessarily converge.

Just looking at who is leading and who is following when it comes to 737/A320 production and sales numbers over a longer period of time, it is clear all trends you can read in the 737 figures are shown in the numbers of the A320 a few years earlier, with the 737 catching up when availability of the A320 becomes a problem, only to be be left behind again when more production capacity becomes available...

The fact Boeing once more hasn't decided to up 737 production by the same volume as Airbus on their A320, despite them having sold pretty similar numbers of their narrow body this year, clearly suggest Boeing still understands that when they loose the delivery time advantage which is now on their side, the 737 sales numbers can't keep pace with that of the A320....

Expect the sales and production gap between the A320 and the 737 to widen up again over the next years and I do not foresee such a considerable gap in narrow body production to be closed by wide body production for the simple fact wide bodies are produced in far smaller quantities...

[Edited 2006-12-30 10:54:22]

User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 14, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 11892 times:

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 13):
Just looking at who is leading and who is following when it comes to 737/A320 production and sales numbers over a longer period of time, it is clear all trends you can read in the 737 figures are shown in the numbers of the A320 a few years earlier, with the 737 catching up when availability of the A320 becomes a problem, only to be be left behind again when more production capacity becomes available...

If that were true, the A320 backlog would stretch farther into the future than the B737 backlog, which is not the case.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 13):
The fact Boeing once more hasn't decided to up 737 production by the same volume as Airbus on their A320, despite them having sold pretty similar numbers of their narrow body this year, clearly suggest Boeing still understands that when they loose the delivery time advantage which is now on their side, the 737 sales numbers can't keep pace with that of the A320....

No, it says that Boeing are more risk-averse and that they value profitability more than market share.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 13):
Expect the sales and production gap between the A320 and the 737 to widen up again over the next years and I do not foresee such a considerable gap in narrow body production to be closed by wide body production for the simple fact wide bodies are produced in far smaller quantities...

At Airbus, yes, widebodies are produced in far smaller quantities. Expect widebody production at Boeing to exceed 250/year as the B787 ramps up.


User currently offlineNAV20 From Australia, joined Nov 2003, 9909 posts, RR: 36
Reply 15, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days ago) and read 11852 times:

Quite a feat by Boeing - I think even they, as well as most of us, expected demand to taper off this year. And they have the 'recovery phase' of the US airlines to look forward to too, presumably starting next year.

The astonishing thing, for me, is that the orders are spread right across their whole range. Even the 767 is still holding its own.

In business terms it means that they'll have a strong cash flow for at least the next six or seven years. Plenty of cash to finish 787 and 748 design/development, develop the 787 variants, produce a 737 replacement, and upgrade the 777 range.



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User currently offlineSlz396 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days ago) and read 11842 times:

Quoting Zvezda (Reply 14):
If that were true, the A320 backlog would stretch farther into the future than the B737 backlog, which is not the case.

Your point actually proves some 737 customers want part of their order delivered later in time, making them generally less attractive 'long term slot filling' customers for any manufacturer and thus the most likely candidates to be bumbed first by Airbus when they can't accommodate ALL short term demands for A320s on their production line.

It couldn't be most of the 737 orders which are spun out far into the future have come on the books recently, can it?  scratchchin 

Quoting Zvezda (Reply 14):
it says that Boeing are more risk-averse and that they value profitability more than market share.

You really read reality according to the outcome you're after, don't you?

Wonder how you'll interpret a possible 787 production increase then....
Same situation, just the tables turned around.

Quoting Zvezda (Reply 14):
At Airbus, yes, widebodies are produced in far smaller quantities.

At Boeing too.

Can't remember the year when Boeing ever produced more widebodies than narrowbodies.


User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 17, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days ago) and read 11829 times:

Quoting NAV20 (Reply 15):
In business terms it means that they'll have a strong cash flow for at least the next six or seven years. Plenty of cash to finish 787 and 748 design/development, develop the 787 variants, produce a 737 replacement, and upgrade the 777 range.

Upgrading the B777 to a level where it would be competitive with follow-on B787 models would be as expensive and as sensible as upgrading the B707 to be competitive with the B737NG. It's not going to happen. Anything that can be done with an updated B777 can be done at much lower operating cost and much lower development cost with an updated B787.


User currently offlineSlz396 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 18, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days ago) and read 11816 times:

Quoting NAV20 (Reply 15):
I think even they, as well as most of us, expected demand to taper off this year.

Indeed, although it could also mean we are just going to have to get used to higher order number's on average... With aviation booming everywhere, annual order numbers must follow too at some stage.

Whereas 300 to 400 orders were a perfectly normal average a few years ago, it might just be double of that will soon become the new standard....


User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 19, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days ago) and read 11795 times:

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 16):
Your point actually proves some 737 customers want part of their order delivered later in time, making them generally less attractive 'long term slot filling' customers for any manufacturer and thus the most likely candidates to be bumbed first by Airbus when they can't accommodate ALL short term demands for A320s on their production line.

Care to show that?

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 16):
It couldn't be most of the 737 orders which are spun out far into the future have come on the books recently, can it?

That's about equally true for both the A320 and B737 models, which as I pointed out before, have similar backlogs and similar order levels.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 16):
You really read reality according to the outcome you're after, don't you?

You're the one trying to claim that an equal number of A320 orders is somehow better than an equal number of B737 orders.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 16):
Wonder how you'll interpret a possible 787 production increase then....
Same situation, just the tables turned around.

Compared to the length of the backlog and the rate at which B787 orders are coming in, I would say that Boeing have been conservative with their production rate plans.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 16):
Can't remember the year when Boeing ever produced more widebodies than narrowbodies.

No one ever suggested that was the case. The operative term we both used (you first) was "far smaller" not simply "smaller". A few years from now, widebodies production at Airbus may be 1/10th of single-aisle production. That is far smaller. At Boeing it may be 1/2, which is smaller, but not far smaller. In dollar terms, labour hours, sq meters of production space, etc. it will be greater.


User currently offlineColumba From Germany, joined Dec 2004, 7091 posts, RR: 4
Reply 20, posted (7 years 12 months 3 days ago) and read 11680 times:

Congratulations to Boeing. They had a terrific year and what I think really interesting is the number of Boeing aircraft being ordered from Germany this year.
Especially the huge number of 737s from Air Berlin and TUI.
These orders together with Lufthansa´s order for 747-8Is will assure that we will be able to spot the silhouette of classic Boeing aircraft at German airports for years to come.



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User currently offlineAirKorea From South Korea, joined Dec 2006, 46 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (7 years 12 months 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 11255 times:

Amazing!
With 1,014 net orders, Boeing Definitely beat Aribus in 2006.
Slim chance for Airbus to supass Boeing.


User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 22, posted (7 years 12 months 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 11002 times:

Quoting AirKorea (Reply 21):
With 1,014 net orders, Boeing Definitely beat Aribus in 2006.

Airbus conceded more than a month ago, but I still wouldn't say definitely. It's not too difficult to imagine a handful of airlines that could each order a hundred frames.

Quoting AirKorea (Reply 21):
Slim chance for Airbus to supass (sic) Boeing.

I agree that the chances are slim.


User currently offlineUAL747-600 From United States of America, joined Sep 1999, 595 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (7 years 12 months 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 10965 times:

Boeing had 904 net at the end of last week. Add 25 for KE and we're up to 929. 1014-929=85. Anybody care to speculate on who this might be?

I guess we'll find out next week who these are for.


User currently offlineZvezda From Lithuania, joined Aug 2004, 10511 posts, RR: 64
Reply 24, posted (7 years 12 months 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 10927 times:

Quoting UAL747-600 (Reply 23):
Boeing had 904 net at the end of last week. Add 25 for KE and we're up to 929. 1014-929=85. Anybody care to speculate on who this might be?

I guess we'll find out next week who these are for.

Maybe not. They may be booked next week as UFOs. Boeing won't announce until the customer is ready. If the customers had been ready, Randy Harrison probably would have named them when he spoke with the Seattle Times.


25 Post contains images NAV20 : Maybe I should have said 'upgrade or replace' the 777, Zvezda. A lot depends on what Airbus comes up with. Tbe 777 is not in any sense a truly 'moder
26 UAL747-600 : Good point. It'll be interesting to see the breakdown of what was ordered.
27 Zvezda : It remains to be seen how competitive the A350 will be against the B787, but there can be no doubt, based on the preliminary specifications, that the
28 Leelaw : What about the A330?
29 Zvezda : It's selling, but I wouldn't say it's selling well. If it had received the same attention that the A340 got, it would be doing a whole lot better. At
30 Gaut : It is very impressive, congratulation to Boeing!! Gaut PS: Airbus will announce their numbers on the 17th of January
31 Ikramerica : As of the last Hamlet update, Boeing had more net orders booked than Airbus had net orders+pending combined. With so little time left, that was a ver
32 DrExotica : I tallied this number yesterday at work (unfortunately, I don't have the figures in front of me now), and according to all the firmed orders through
33 SSTsomeday : You continue to ignore the value of those sales, as opposed to just the number of sales, in order to claim Airbus as the largest manufacturer. Airbus
34 SSTsomeday : That would be "number" of orders, anyway, not "value" of orders. Therrrrrrrre we go. A much more significant statistic, in my view. Even if Airbus pu
35 Kaitak744 : It is also important to Boeing that they keep a limit on the 737, in terms of production years. They probably want the 737RS around 2015, so accepting
36 Zvezda : In nearly all industries, market share comparisons are generally made by monetary value of sales, not number of units sold. Imagine one steelmaker sa
37 7cubed : As SSTsomeday just mentioned the title of "Largest" goes to he who sells the most by dollar value. The gap between the two manufacturers has got to b
38 777ATech : Expect the rates for 777 and 737 to go up in 2007. Boeing wanted to see how the suppliers coped with the increased in production this year and so far
39 Atmx2000 : Another example would be the computer server market, where IBM is ranked the largest vendor despite the fact that other vendors have larger unit mark
40 Stitch : Even when the 737RS is launched, the USN will be in the process of taking over 100 737NGs for the P-8 Poseidon program, plus whatever sales Boeing ca
41 Zvezda : I agree. 10/month makes no sense. Boeing haven't been selling 120+ per year for long enough and can't reasonably expect to in the future. I can imagi
42 SSTsomeday : Point taken, and great to hear.
43 777ATech : I should know how many 777 per month we build. I look at my schedule each day of my life. The rates for 777 are at seven per month right now. I can't
44 Atmx2000 : Looking at the Boeing 777 deliveries for the last year and last few months indicates the aircraft delivery rate is between 5 and 6 still. 7 were deli
45 N328KF : Well, the AA/DL/CO orders are for a particular product category, not for a particular product. Eg. the gentleman's agreements (nee exclusivity contra
46 Zvezda : I just looked up 777 deliveries on the Boeing website for 1 Feb 2006 through 30 Nov 2006. 56 in 10 months is a production rate of 5.6 per month. That
47 N328KF : I think this discrepancy is due to the TAAG SNAFU (not Boeing's fault.)
48 777ATech : I see what you mean but I believe the picture you and I are looking is not the same. You are looking at delivered frames while I, at aircraft in prod
49 Zvezda : Orders are a leading indicator and deliveries are a trailing indicator. However, The time from the start of final assembly to delivery isn't long eno
50 777ATech : I believe it was September
51 Post contains links Stitch : (Emphasis mine) http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...echnology/2002840574_boeing03.html
52 Zvezda : Thanks! Then we can expect 80-something 777 deliveries in 2007. That's quite a lot considering that 76 have been ordered in 2006 including the 15 jus
53 Stitch : From the same article:
54 UAL747-600 : Sorry I don't have the link available but I read (in flight or AV Week)that 777 production will peak in 2008 at approx. 90. So that would be 7.5 per m
55 Eagle11 : Congrats to Boeing on a great 2006. I'm looking forward to an even better 2007. The future really looks bright for both manufacturers though. So many
56 WingedMigrator : Way to go, Boeing! I agree. For me, this is the most striking aspect of the tally-- Boeing is firing evenly on all cylinders. Not a bum product anywhe
57 EK413 : Congradulations to such a great aircraft manufacture! Take my hat off to their great achievement through some tough times... EK413
58 JayinKitsap : Boeing in 2006 will be somewhere around 400 deliveries, 2007 should be up to about 450 deliveries with the additional being about 12 added 777's, 3 7
59 Post contains images Astuteman : Belatedly, very many congratulations to Boeing CA on a truly remarkable achivement, coming, as it does, on the back of a record year in 2005. Awesome.
60 Keesje : Great sales year for Boeing, more then 2000 aircraft sold in two year. Lay a solid base for optimizing production in the next 5 years.
61 Post contains links Manni : According to the Seatlte times 60 737s for Air Berlin air included now. They've also raised the total to 1040. But considering it's been raised from
62 2wingtips : by my calculations, firming up Ke(25), AB(60) and the new 9W 788 order(10) gets Boeing to 999 net orders. Looks like a few new orders will be announce
63 PanAm_DC10 : How about 41 for TUI which was the balance that some came to the conclusion was the amount of new frames required for them to meet the 65 that they a
64 N1786b : Add the 41 additional planes for TUI and presto, you get 1040! - n1786b
65 2wingtips : My understanding is that the TUI order is listed as UFO already. I could be wrong here, however, as 41 matches their new order requirement exactly.
66 Leelaw : Perhaps you meant to say Seattle Post-Intelligencer? James Wallace reported today's story linked in your reply. Dominic Gates reported the story link
67 Manni : No I didn't meant to write (and certainly not to say, or did you meant to write 'write') Seattle Post-Intelligencer, otherwise I would have written s
68 Leelaw : My intent was not to offend you, merely to correct the record. FWIW, "to say," in this context, means to express in words, either verbally or in writ
69 N1786b : Only some of them were listed as UFOs. Here is the statement from Boeing: Boeing Statement on TUI Group Announcement SEATTLE, Dec. 15, 2006 -- The Bo
70 DAYflyer : What amazes me is that airlines are still ordering the 767, with 10 showing on the books for 2006.
71 PanAm_DC10 : Speculative opinion that those 41 are 30 x 737s and 11 x 787s as there are enough UFOs which correspond to getting that number for TUI because as you
72 NYC777 : I think the previous posters have got it right. Let's take a look at the numbers: Currently known Boeing net order totals: 904 Potential Orders to be
73 SSTsomeday : What does that mean?
74 Post contains images WestWing : It appears to add up until one attempts to explain the Dec 29th total [1014 which includes Korean].
75 Ikramerica : Didn't BA want to replace 26 planes? 16 767s and 10 744s, or am I mistaken. Of course, I highly doubt it was BA.
76 ERAUgrad02 : I keep asking who ordered these. i know LAN has 3 but who ordered the rest? Who split their 1 777 for 2 767's last week? does anyone know?
77 Ikramerica : Well HA has been picking up used ones, but maybe they ordered one or two new ones if a couple of the used ones are turning out to be dogs. HA's 767 f
78 WestWing : Someone provided an intelligent guess in another thread that it might be JL replacing their one undelivered 772A model with two 767 freighters.
79 Post contains links NYC777 : Boeing just posted it's total orders for 2006 1044 orders. Changes include: Air Berlin 60 x 737 Alaska Airlines 3 x 737 (2 previously UFO) Boeing Busi
80 NYC777 : ANA was the one who converted the 777 to two 767-300ERs. Very Interesting!!!
81 DAYflyer : A supurb year for Boeing. Congratulations for prodcing outstanding value for your customers.
82 Post contains links and images BoeingFever777 : Official release: http://www.boeing.com/commercial/news/2007/q1/070103f_nr.html 747= 72 "highest total since 1990" 767= 10 777= 76 787= 157 Amazing ye
83 WestWing : As for the earlier number of 1014 it looks the following 30 were the ones counted after that. Alaska Airlines 1 x 738 Delta Air Lines 10 x 738 Jet Air
84 SEAdomer787 : and, of course: 737= 729!!!! unbelieveable!
85 NYC777 : I believe that to be the case.
86 WestWing : Also of note is that since the four PR 744s have not yet vanished from the order books, the booked UFO 777s for 2006 probably do not include any 777 o
87 Post contains images Zvezda : Pity Boeing couldn't sell eight more 737s. Of course, 315 widebodies is quite amazing.
88 Post contains images Beech19 : I had the exact same thought. Should have given some deep discounts... sell 8 more and then run a series of adds and billboards (like they do around
89 Zvezda : That may be true for Airbus also. We'll see in a few weeks. I'm not sure about the A300/A310 line though.
90 Kaitak744 : HOWW did Delta order planes? I thought airlines under bankruptcy protection were only allowed to "amend" existing orders, and not place new ones???
91 Beech19 : Either they slipped one past the Government... or... they know something we don't... OR it was deposit money for slots they already owned that was us
92 NYC777 : Actually they agreed to sell most of their 738 orders and replace it with the 73G order. In the end they probably made money on the deal as they sold
93 Kaitak744 : Also, why is the Delta 777-200LR order/conversion not showing in Boeing's order database?
94 DrExotica : As usual, these are all list price figures... It looks like the list price order value for the confirmed orders at Boeing this year are approximately
95 Post contains links BoeingFever777 : Under their protection they agreed to sell 15 Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Aviation Capital Group, the airplane leasing company unit of Pacific LifeCor
96 WestWing : A related issue is (and NYC777 touched on it already) along with these LR coversions, Delta also said they would convert ten future 737-800 options t
97 DrExotica : Applying the same methodology as I did above for the 2005 order book, we see the following for Boeing: 2005 - $121.6 billion 2006 - $106.6 billion Thi
98 Post contains links and images Leelaw : http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/business/298518_boeingorders05.html http://online.wsj.com/article/SB116793284392367282.html
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