Boeing's order book surged again last week with 38 new orders, bringing its 2006 total to 904, with insiders tipping some significant buys next week to round off a bumper year. The new orders were Kenya Airways' three 787-8s, KLM's three 737-800s, Qantas's five 737s, two 737s from Boeing Business Jets and 25 unidentified 737s. Boeing also identified the customers for three previously unidentified 777s as Qatar Airways (two dash 200Fs) and KLM (one dash 300ER). Libya's Buraq Air emerged as a ...

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