Emirates Airline has taken delivery of two new 777-300ERs and one 777 Freighter simultaneously, bringing its total fleet of 777s to 150 aircraft.

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Qatar Airways has ordered 10 Boeing 777-8Xs and four 777 Freighters, in a deal which Boeing announced on the first day of the Paris Air Show 2015. Boeing also announced at the show that EVA Air intends to purchase five 777 Freighters.

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Qatar Airways has finalized an order for 50 Boeing 777-9Xs and has announced a commitment for 50 additional 777-9X purchase rights. The airline has also announced its intent to order four Boeing 777 Freighters and secure options for four more.

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During February and March, Lufthansa is taking delivery of three Boeing 747-8Is, one Airbus A380, one A330-300 ‒ the last of 19 on order ‒ and two A320s. Overall, Lufthansa Group expects to receive 23 new commercial aircraft this year.

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Etihad Airways has announced an order at the Dubai Airshow for 56 Boeing widebody jets, with options and purchase rights for 26 additional aircraft. Boeing values the November 17 order, announced on the first day of the Dubai Airshow 2013, at $25.2 billion at list prices.

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Emirates Airline has rewritten all records in civil aviation history with an order for 150 Boeing 777Xs ‒ comprising 35 Boeing 777-8Xs and 115 Boeing 777-9Xs, plus purchase rights on 50 more aircraft ‒ and an additional 50 Airbus A380s. Together, the Boeing and Airbus orders, excluding purchase rights, are valued by Emirates at US$99 billion at list prices.

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Boeing has confirmed that Air China has agreed to order two more Boeing 747-8 Intercontinentals, one additional 777-300ER and 20 737-800s. In addition, Air China Cargo, a subsidiary of Air China, has agreed to buy eight Boeing 777 Freighters.

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Cathay Pacific Airways has ordered three more Boeing 747-8 Freighters. The order, which Boeing values at approximately $1 billion at list prices, also includes options for five Boeing 777 Freighters.

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The aircraft, a Boeing 777 Freighter, was delivered to Korean Air. The rate went from five to seven aircraft per month in 2011, and now has increased again to an all-time high of 8.3 aircraft per month.

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Boeing achieved a net total of orders for 1,203 commercial aircraft in 2012, the second-largest annual number in the company’s history. The manufacturer also delivered 601 commercial jets, the most since 1999.

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Ethiopian Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 777 Freighter, the carrier becoming the first African airline to operate the type. Addis Ababa-based Ethiopian Airlines is leasing its first Boeing 777 Freighter from GE Capital Aviation Services and has five more on order.

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Southern Air Holdings, Inc. has taken delivery of its third Boeing 777F and expects to receive its fourth new 777F from Boeing on April 25.

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Korean Air has taken delivery of its first Boeing 747-8F and Boeing 777F freighters, becoming the first airline in the world to operate both freighter models.

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FedEx Express has ordered 27 Boeing 767-300 Freighters and has exercised existing options for two additional Boeing 777 Freighters.

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Boeing values the order at $2.8 billion at current list prices and says it will make Etihad Airways the world’s largest airline customer of the Boeing 787-9. Etihad has a total of 41 787s on order and has optioned another 25.

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Qatar Airways has announced an order for two Boeing 777 Freighters at the 2011 Dubai Air Show. The two aircraft will increase Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777 Freighter fleet to eight when delivered.

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Boeing values the order is valued at approximately $1.1 billion at list prices. Ethiopian’s order for four Boeing 777 Freighters was previously attributed to an unidentified customer on Boeing’s website.

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With the order, Cathay Pacific Airways becomes the 15th customer to order the 777 Freighter and increases its Boeing 777-300ER fleet to 50 aircraft.

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The 777 Freighter is Etihad Airways’ first Boeing freighter and joins the airline’s existing Boeing 777 fleet, which includes seven 777-300ERs.

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