Boeing booked three commercial aircraft orders in the week ended March 3, one 777 for Air New Zealand and two 777s for an unidentified customer(s). Gross year-to-date orders reached 22, compared to 190 in the year-ago period, although the 2009 net remained negative (-10) thanks to 32 787 cancellations. The other 19 orders this year were for 737s--13 from Ryanair, five from Southwest Airlines and one from Alaska Airlines. The manufacturer delivered 36 aircraft in February (27 737s, one 767, ...

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