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BOEING STATEMENT REGARDING TODAY'S STORIES CONCERNING UNITED AIRLINES

 SEATTLE, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Press reports based on speculation from unnamed sources report wholesale cancellation of United Airlines orders for Boeing airliners through 1995, The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) said today. These reports are not true.
 Boeing currently is discussing adjustments to orders and deliveries with United Airlines and other customers. These discussions don't affect planned orders or deliveries for 777 models through 1995.
 Production cuts announced earlier this month by Boeing take into account the discussions now taking place.
 -0- 2/11/93
 /CONTACT: Randy Harrison of Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, 206-234-9333/
 (BA UAL)


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