|Customer Name||Customer Code||Model||Ordered||Delivered||Undelivered|
|Air France-KLM Group||FXN||787-9||25||0||25|
|All Nippon Airways||ANA||787-9||44||4||40|
|CIT Leasing Corporation||TCI||787-9||16||0||16|
|Delta Air Lines||DAL||787-8||18||0||18|
Additionally there are two unknown customers who placed orders of 15 and 24 respectively. This list doesn't include those orders for the 787-10 only outstanding orders for the -8 or -9. The unknown customer for the 15 787-9 is widely believed to be Etihad as it appeared at the same time as the Air Berlin cancellation of their 787 order. The second unknown customer order (for 24) was added to the order book very recently.
I've bold the more likely candidates who cancelled this order. We'll know who the culprit is when Boeing releases it's month end order and delivery report in the first week of July. Boeing did convert an order of 10 787s for United into 10 777-300ERs and are looking to add more 777 orders to the book to bridge the production gap between the 777 classics and the 777X. They certainly don't mind doing it at the expense of the 787 as it does free up more production slots for customers looking to add that airplane to their fleet but can't get the required delivery slots. In the long run it could be win-win for both programs.