TUI Travel said yesterday that it has engaged "in extensive discussions with Boeing" regarding its 787 order book and "both parties" have agreed that 10 of its 23 firm orders will be cancelled while 13 purchase rights will be added. "This optimizes the flexibility around our long-haul capacity," TUI said in a statement, adding that it now expects to take delivery of its first Dreamliner in "early 2012." Manchester-based First Choice Airways, part of Thomson Airways following the 2007 merger ...

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