Similarly, the owner of Lion Air - the Indonesia airline whose Max jet was involved in the first fatal crash in October - vowed to cancel. Boeing still lists the airline's 187 unfilled orders as active. Oman Air and Emirati carrier flydubai both have warned earlier this year they would switch to Airbus if a fix for the 737 Max wasn't forthcoming soon.
Airbus's June bookings included 30 A320neo-family jets from an order made by Saudi Arabian Airlines.
However, the parent company of British Airways said last month that it intends to buy 200 - a move seen as a show of support for the troubled plane.
"We remain confident in the 737 MAX's return to service".
Boeing's update to its software, known as MCAS, which would stop erroneous data from triggering an anti-stall system that automatically turned down the noses of the two planes that crashed, despite pilot efforts to stop it.
The tallies are closely watched by investors and analysts trying to assess the financial fallout of the Max crisis for Boeing ahead of its July 24 earnings release.
Dozens of lawsuits have been filed by families of those aboard the downed planes.
American aircraft manufacturer Boeing has reported a 37 percent drop in deliveries for the first half of the year due to the prolonged grounding of its best-selling 737 MAX jets after two deadly crashes.
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The Chicago company disclosed in April that it has booked about $1 billion in charges related to fixing the plane. Various surveys have indicated passenger reluctance.
Boeing is expected to formally submit its proposed software upgrade and training revisions to the Federal Aviation Administration in September after a separate software flaw emerged last month. The FAA has reportedly found a new potential flaw in the Boeing 737 Max software update that was created to improve safety. This also could be a potentially troubling sign for Boeing's future.
"We wish the flyadeal team well as it builds out its operations", Boeing said.
Boeing in June again reported no new orders for the 737 MAX.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has apologized for the loss of lives and vowed to make the plane safer. Boeing wa up 8.9 per cent so far this year through Monday, compared with a 19 per cent rise on the S&P 500 Index.
The second quarter was particularly slow for the plane maker in terms of new business gained - orders.
David Koenig reported from Dallas.