DUBAI (Reuters) – United Arab Emirates airline flydubai said on Tuesday it had agreed with Boeing (NYSE:) to cut the number of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft it will take delivery of by 65 to 172, a spokesperson said in a statement.
The airline had already taken delivery of 14 jets out of a total order of 251.
“flydubai has reached an agreement with Boeing and the airline has adjusted its aircraft orders which had been placed in 2013 and 2017,” the statement said.
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