“Boeing and Travel Service have reached an agreement to cancel one 787-8,” said Boeing spokesman Marc Birtel in an email
Chicago-based Boeing said in a press release Wednesday that Travel Service finalized purchase of three 737 Max 8s jetliners in a deal originally announced at the Paris Air Show and valued at $301.5 million at list prices.
“Operating in a dynamic environment when our customers adjust their plans, we work with them to support their needs,” Birtel said. He said the order for the 737 Max reflects Travel Service’s “focus on the short-haul rather than long-haul market.”
The 787 program to date has a total of 930 orders from 57 customers, Birtel said, with a net of 82 orders booked this year.
Source: Puget Sound Business Journal