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Arik Air boosts B787 order book

Posted 31 January 2017 · Add Comment

Nigeria's Arik Air has revised its Boeing order book the, report ch-aviation.

In a statement issued last week, Boeing said the privately-owned Nigerian carrier had ordered two more B787-9s, presumably scrapping a long-standing order for two B747-8s.

The move puts Arik Air's order backlog at nine B787-9s and eight B737 MAX (converted from B737-800s).

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