Futura International Airways of Palma de Mallorca ordered three 737-800s plus three purchase rights, Boeing announced Friday. The three firm aircraft are worth about $210 million at list prices and are scheduled for delivery in 2009 and 2010. Futura, owned in part by Spanish equity firm Corpfin Capital (65%) and Aer Lingus (20%), operates 11 dash 800s and 13 other 737 family aircraft.

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