Boeing enjoyed a strong week last week with orders from Air New Zealand, WestJet and Ukraine's AeroSvit Airlines. ANZ is continuing to orchestrate the replacement of its 747-400s, placing a firm order for four 777-300ERs plus three options. The deal represents the conversion of price rights that were part of the carrier's 2004 order for up to 52 long-haul aircraft. The four new -300ERs, to be powered by GE90-115BLs, are worth an estimated $1.1 billion at list prices and will, according to ...

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