Boeing and Japan Airlines finalized previously announced orders for 30 787s and 30 737-800s, which together are valued at $5.3 billion at list prices. JAL in December selected the 787 to replace its 767s and A300-600s and in February chose the 737NG to replace its fleet of 68 short-haul aircraft, which currently comprises 737-400s, MD-81s, MD-90s and MD-87s (ATWOnline, Feb. 7).

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