Qantas cancels 35 787-9 orders; posts $255 million loss

787-9. Courtesy, Boeing Citing lower international growth requirements in an “uncertain global context,” Qantas (QF) has canceled firm commitments for 35 Boeing 787-9s and posted its first full-year loss since 1995. QF will retain 50 787-9 options and purchase rights, available for delivery from...

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