Boeing, one of the world’s largest airplane makers, said it received 406 net aircraft orders as of March 27, 2012. It had received 434 gross orders, but customers canceled 28 planes.
Changes since last update: 47 new orders (China Eastern Airlines 45 737s and Air New Zealand two 787s). In the Changes category, reduced 737 net orders by two and reduced 787 net orders by 24.
Following is a table of orders by customer and aircraft compiled from data provided by Boeing from their website:
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