Boeing took orders for four 737s from an unidentified customer during the week ended Dec. 31 and also recorded cancellations of commitments for two 747s and one 777. Guggenheim Aviation Partners confirmed to ATWOnline that it canceled orders for two 747-8Fs. It still has two on order. That left the manufacturer with a full-year gross order total of 263 aircraft (197 737s, five 747s, seven 767s, 30 777s and 24 787s) and a net total of 142 aircraft (178 737s, two 747s, two 767s, 19 777s and ...

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