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KLM revealed as customer for two more 777-300ERs

Dutch carrier KLM has ordered another pair of Boeing 777-300ER twinjets, the US airframer has disclosed.

The aircraft – powered by General Electric GE90 engines – had previously been listed on the Boeing backlog but attributed to an unidentified customer.

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No delivery date has been given for the jets.

KLM already operates 14 777-300ERs as well as 15 777-200ERs.

Boeing values the agreement at $751 million at catalogue prices. The airframer says the carrier's order shows the "enduring appeal" of the aircraft.

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