China Airlines has ordered six Boeing 737-800s, with nine options on the aircraft.

United Airlines has ordered two Boeing 747-400s to be delivered in 1997.

Onur Air has ordered five MD-88s with options on five more. The airline has also ordered one Airbus 321.

Yemenia-Yemen Airways has ordered two A310-300s with delivery in March 1997.

GATX A321 Partners, a subsidiary of GATX Capital Corp, has ordered nine A321-200s, scheduled for delivery beginning in April 1997.

Austrian Airlines and BWIA have both ordered two A340-300s.

Air Jamaica has ordered four A320s due to be delivered from October 1996.

Austrian Airlines has converted three options on Fokker 70s into firm orders and Tyrolean Airways has converted one.

Pelangi Air has ordered four de Havilland Dash 8-200 and two Dash 8-300 aircraft.

Great Lakes Aviation has firmed up two options on EMB-120s.


Source: Airline Business