British Airways, GECAS and Boeing finalize deal for up to 10 777-300ERs

British Airways and Boeing have signed an order for two Boeing 777-300ER jetliners valued at $529 million at list prices. Boeing also announced that GE Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) has purchased two 777-300ERs, airplanes that were previously listed as an unidentified order on the Boeing Web site. The airplanes are two of four 777s that BA has agreed to lease from GECAS — including two 777s ordered in 2007 — as part of its recent commitment to the 777-300ER. British Airways also secured options for four additional 777-300ERs directly with Boeing.

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