British Airways denied it is at an advanced stage of negotiations with Boeing to acquire up to 20 777-300ERs that would replace some early delivery 747s from 2008, as reported on this website last week (ATWOnline, March 10). "We have secured options on production slots with Boeing for up to 10 777s for delivery from the end of 2008 through to 2010," Planning Director Robert Boyle told ATWOnline yesterday, noting that at this point there is no preference for the dash 300ER. "The agreement ...

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