Boeing Co said on Thursday it took 10 new orders for narrow-body 737s from an unidentified customer or customers in the week that ended Feb. 1, but lost 32 orders for 737s.
In addition to already recorded combined orders for 16 737s from Alaska Airlines, the U.S. Navy and a business jet customer, Boeing gained 10 orders from an unidentified carrier
The company also lost an order for 32 737 jets from Dubai Aerospace Enterprise Ltd., the state-owned leasing and services company that has said it may drop some purchases. The order was valued at about $2.3 billion at list prices.
The 737 is the company’s best-selling model and is priced at $56.9 million to $85.8 million each, based on figures from the company’s website.
Boeing has net orders for two commercial aircraft this year.