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Etihad cancels orders for four 787 Dreamliners news
04 March 2011

Middle Eastern airline, Etihad of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, cancelled orders for four Boeing 787 Dreamliners in February. The carrier still has 31 Dreamliners on order.

Data on Boeing orders website also reveals that Air Berlin of Germany cancelled two B737 orders in February.

Boeing's orders update also shows that in the last week of February, it won new orders for ten B777 jets worth approximately $1.5 billion after industry discounts. It also had two cancelled B737 orders.

Boeing said Brazilian airline TAM ordered two of the ten B777s but did not identify which customer or customers took the remaining eight B777s.

At list prices, the total value of the latest orders is about $2.7 billion. The purchase value after discounts is estimated using data provided by aircraft valuation firm Avitas.

With 55 new orders and 38 cancelations till February of this year, Boeing's net order tally now stands at 17 jets.

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Etihad cancels orders for four 787 Dreamliners