Dubai Airshow 2007 – Boeing Orders Overview

Boeing Logo Boeing could not announce as many new orders as Airbus at Dubai Airshow 2007, however some big orders have been signed.

Orders in detail

  • Royal Jordanian signed an order for two additional 787 Dreamliners. The airline also has announced an agreement to take two more 787s on lease from CIT Aerospace.
  • Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) signed a proposal acceptance at the Dubai Air Show for 100 airplanes that includes four of Boeing’s production models (70 737s and a mix of 787s, 777s and 747s). This agreement follows a memorandum of understanding to forge a strategic partnership signed by Boeing and Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) in Paris on June 18, 2007.
  • The leasing company, LCAL, has placed an order for six additional 787-8 Dreamliners, expanding its fleet to 21 aircraft. The deal, worth approximately $972 million at list prices, previously was listed on the Boeing Orders and Deliveries Web site and attributed to an unidentified customer.
  • Qatar Airways ordered 30 787 Dreamliners and five 777 Freighters. The airplane deal is valued at over $6.1 billion at list prices. The airplanes were previously listed on Boeing’s Orders & Deliveries Web site as unidentified.
  • Emirates announced an order for 12 777-300ERs on the opening day of the Dubai Air Show. The approximate value of the airplane deal is $3.2 billion at list prices. The airplane order was previously listed on Boeing’s Orders & Deliveries website as unidentified.

Source: Boeing