Air Berlin yesterday announced the cancellation of 10 firm 787 orders worth a combined $1.7 billion at list prices, along with five options, "to account for a change in market conditions and in order to meet. . .specific operative requirements." The carrier still has 15 Dreamliners and five options remaining from its 2007 order (ATWOnline, July 10, 2007). The cancellations represent the first for the program since TUI Travel eliminated 10 of its 23 787 orders last fall ...

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