Boeing takes six 787 cancellations

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Boeing has received cancellations for six 787 aircraft from an unidentified customer.

The change in the airframer's orderbook brings the net total of 787 orders for 2010 to nine, following the finalisation of United Airlines order for 25 and Air Berlin's cancellation of 10.

Additionally, Boeing also shifted four previously unidentified 777s to FedEx, while adding two more from unidentified customers to its orderbook.

The company has received 36 net 777 orders to date in 2010, compared to 30 in 2009, while booking seven cancellations in 2010 and 10 in 2009.

Boeing has received gross orders for 136 aircraft and 28 cancellations, placing the 2010 net total to 108 aircraft.