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Boeing Receives $564 Mln Order For Two 787 Dreamliner Airplanes

Boeing co. (BA) said that it received an order for two ultra-long range 787-9 Dreamliner airplanes from one VIP Customer that is valued at $564 million at a list price.

The order was placed by the VIP customer, who has requested to be unidentified, the company said in a statement.

Boeing noted that its business Jets now has 16 orders for the 787 variant.

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