Singapore Airlines Plans Order for 20 777-9s and 19 More 787-10s

Singapore Airlines has agreed to place firm orders for 20 Boeing 777-9s and 19 787-10s, for additional growth and fleet modernization through the next decade.

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The detailed-design completion milestone is critical to every development program because it means the information needed to build parts and tools for assembly has been completed and released for fabrication or procurement, according to Boeing.

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Boeing has announced sizable aircraft orders from two Asian customers, one an airline and the other a leasing company.

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The airline and Boeing signed a memorandum of collaboration, which proposes the companies work together toward the goal of Vietnam Airlines’ fleet replacement and expansion and for it to place an order for eight 787-10s and eight 777-8Xs, on July 6 at Washington Reagan National Airport.

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With this order, originally announced as a commitment in January, ANA becomes the first airline in Asia to order the entire family of Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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All Nippon Airways has announced its intent to purchase three Boeing 787-10s to add additional flexibility to the airline’s 787 fleet. In addition, ANA has announced an order for five Boeing 737-800s to bolster the airline’s growing narrowbody fleet.

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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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By June 20 at the 2013 Paris Air Show, Boeing has won orders and commitments for 442 commercial aircraft in transactions which the manufacturer values at more than $66 billion at list prices.

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Customer launch commitments for the Boeing 787-10 include Air Lease Corporation, with 30 aircraft; GE Capital Aviation Services, with 10; International Airlines Group/British Airways, with 12 subject to shareholder approval; Singapore Airlines, with 30; and United Airlines, with 20.

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