Boeing received orders for eight 737s and cancellations of two 777s from unidentified customers during the week ended Sept. 1, which along with the Turkmenistan Airlines' 737 order announced on Wednesday (ATWOnline, Sept. 3) raised its year-to-date net to 70 aircraft. Gross orders number 161 and there have been 91 cancellations in 2009. The 737 (plus 118) and 777 (plus 16) programs are the only ones to receive more orders than cancellations so far.
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