787-9. Courtesy Boeing. Qantas (QF) has canceled firm commitments for 35 Boeing 787-9s—and reported an A$244 million ($255.1 million) net loss for the year ended June 30. Its year-end results represent the first net loss QF has reported since it was privatized in 1995 (ATW Daily News, July 6) and is a reversal from the A$249 million net profit earned last year. Under its altered delivery plan, QF will retain 50 787-9 options and purchase rights, available for delivery from ...

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