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Boeing Increases 787 Sales to LOT


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Boeing
: 19 February, 2007  (Company News)
Boeing and LOT Polish Airlines announced today that the airline has increased its 787 Dreamliner order by one additional aircraft, bringing its total 787 order to eight airplanes. In 2005, LOT placed an order for seven 787s, with delivery positions beginning in 2008.
Today's order, valued at $153 million at list prices, was booked previously on Boeing's Orders and Deliveries website, attributed to an unidentified customer.

'We are delighted with the steady progress we're witnessing on the 787 Program and are eager to see the first 787 this year,' said Marek Mazur, chief executive officer of LOT Polish Airlines. 'Furthermore, we are making excellent progress in preparing for the arrival of the first 787 in our fleet in 2008. We take great pride in being the first European carrier to operate the world's newest, most advanced airplane.'

'This follow-on order is a wonderful confirmation of the outstanding value LOT places on the 787,' said Marlin Dailey, vice president of Sales for Europe, Russia and Central Asia. 'A dedicated team from Boeing and LOT, one of our early European customers on the program, is making great progress for the introduction of the 787 into their fleet'.
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