|Quoting PANAM_DC10 (Reply 2):|
In the filing it states it was the final of 34 ordered in 1990.
|Quoting Widebody (Reply 4):|
'Free up' the deposit? More like free up the outstanding payments on the total aircraft cost?
|Quoting Scotron11 (Reply 6):|
The remaining £31M will be used as a credit against future orders
|Quoting N60659 (Reply 12):|
(a) Was the aircraft a -200 or -200ER?
(b) When was it scheduled to be delivered.
|Quoting FlyinTLow (Reply 5):|
That's really sad. Love those 777s for UA. Kinda hard to believe that UA cannot utilize a 777, especially since everyone says intercontinental routes are where the money is for US airlines. And those would be the 777s routes...
|Quoting PlaneSmart (Reply 19):|
Just because it was stated publicly the depo is not being returned, don't count on it where UA & B are concerned. Most likely the depo will be used as a credit to acquire spares.
|Quoting GothamSpotter (Reply 20):|
I don't see why they'd bother cancelling the order right now if they're not getting any cash back