China Southern Airlines signed a purchase agreement for six 777Fs, Boeing said yesterday, in a deal Chinese media said was worth $1.84 billion. Deliveries will begin in the fourth quarter of 2008. China Southern subsidiary Xiamen Airlines signed for six 737-800s to be delivered in 2010, according to press reports. The latter deal reportedly includes the cancellation of an order for three 787s.

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