Boeing suffered significant, although not unexpected, cancellations last week of 10 777s, 15 787s and one 737.
787, Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing suffered significant, although not unexpected, cancellations last week of 10 777s, 15 787s and one 737. While no customers were identified, it is understood that the 787s and 777s are those on order for UAE-based leasing company Dubai Aerospace Enterprise. In November 2007, DAE burst into the leasing market with the stated aim of "quickly becom[ing] a leader in the aircraft leasing business" with the signing of letters of intent for ...
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