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Old February 16th, 2005, 01:00 PM   #1
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Boeing 737NG ( eye for the next to the world )

737NG: The Next Generation for Japan and the world
4 February, 2005

Woke up to some really terrific news this morning. Japan Airlines (JAL) has decided to introduce the Boeing 737NG (Next Generation) airplane to its domestic network. This is a great day for us and for JAL's passengers. It's really something to celebrate.
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Our customers in Japan appreciate the strength of our airplane -- there have been two big contests between 737NG and A320 in this market in the past couple of years, and the 737 has won them both.

JAL has been operating 737s for some time and saw the clear benefits of the Next Generation.

All Nippon Airways (ANA) was an A320 operator, but in 2003 saw the efficiency and economy of the 737NG and purchased it as well.

And let's be really clear about something. Airlines such as JAL and ANA go through an incredibly hard and demanding analysis when they choose a new airplane.

They're meticulous about having the most efficient and cost-effective solution. After all, it's a huge investment for them.

So here's what I take away from all this:

* The 737NG is the most efficient, high-technology airplane in its class, and Boeing continues to invest in the family.
* The A320 is an aging product line. The 737NG is 10 years younger, with newer technology and more efficiency
* Airlines around the world continue to show strong interest in 737, with big results: Boeing delivered 1,500 Next-Generation 737s in the first six years -- reaching that milestone sooner than any other commercial airplane model.

Sometime later we'll talk more about the efficiencies of the 737NG (and their advantages) in greater detail because they are worth talking about: aerodynamic efficiencies, engine efficiencies, structural efficiencies.

But for now, I'll focus on the real winners today -- the passengers of these fine airlines. They're the ones who'll be enjoying the benefits, the comfort and convenience of flying the 737NG.
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Boeing 737 Next Generation

The 737NG is Boeing’s latest family of single-aisle airliners, comprising the 737-600, 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900. The 737-600 is the smallest aircraft in the family and the 737-900 is the largest.

Although earlier Boeing 737 models have been flying for many years, the 737NG is essentially a new design, most notably featuring a new wing design and a modern ‘glass’ cockpit similar to the widebody Boeing 777. In the UK, 737NG’s are operated by easyJet & Astraeus (-700), and Ryanair & Excel Airways (-800).

The 737NG simulator is one of the newest and most advanced flight simulators in the world, with incredible daylight, dusk and night graphics. The simulator replicates the 737-700 and 737-800 as these are the two most popular variants, especially with UK and European airlines.
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Find out more about the Boeing 737 Next Generation by visiting the Boeing website: www.boeing.com

If you’re a user of Microsoft Flight Simulator, you can buy the excellent Boeing 737 Next Generation add-on programme by Precision Manuals Development Group (PMDG). It can be downloaded directly from www.precisionmanuals.com

There are several excellent DVD/VHS video productions featuring Boeing 737NG aircraft in the ‘World Air Routes’ series by Just Planes. Visit www.justplanes.com
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Japan Airlines to purchase 30 Boeing 737NG's
4 February 2005


At a board meeting in Tokyo today, Japan Airlines decided to introduce the Boeing 737NG aircraft on it’s domestic network, settling the carrier’s selection of a new type of small, single aisle airplane for future fleet development.

JAL said it aims to conclude an agreement on the purchase of 30 aircraft and 10 options in spring this year. The 737Next-Generation series includes the 737-700, -800, and –900X types.

JAL is ordering the new aircraft in response to increased departure and arrival slots resulting from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport’s continued expansion and in anticipation of its forthcoming new fourth runway, together with corresponding increases in demand for flight frequency. Factors contributing to the choice are JAL’s need to minimize the number of aircraft types in the fleet and overall business efficiency.

Currently JAL operates 65 single aisle small aircraft of this capacity, including 23 B737-400s, 18 MD-81s, 8 MD-87s and 16 MD-90s (as of February 1, 2005). JAL plans to introduce its first 737Next-Generation series in 2006.
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I got to fly on a Continental 737-900, what an awesome plane.

I'm glad Boeing is getting good marketshare from Japan, this is great.
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Old February 16th, 2005, 02:46 PM   #5
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Yeap, 737NG is looking cool. I am glad garuda will get it soon. Its a nice looking airplane. Especially with winglet on it.

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Boeing delivers First Air-India Express Next-Generation 737-800
22 February 2005


Air-India Express today celebrated delivery of the airline's first Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 commercial jetliner.

Air-India Express (AIE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of India's flag carrier Air-India, is leasing the airplane from Boullioun Aviation Services Inc. Air-India Express, a low-cost operator will initially fly from the southern Indian State of Kerala and the cities of Mumbai and Delhi to destinations in the Gulf from April 2005 and gradually expand services as more airplanes are inducted in the Air-India Express fleet.

"This is the first of three Boeing 737-800s being taken on lease by Air-India Charters Ltd. (AICL) for Air-India Express," said Jitender Bhargava, director of Public Relations, Air-India. "These 737-800s will provide excellent reliability and efficiency, which will enable a profitable operation as quickly as possible."

"We are thrilled to partner with Air-India Express in the introduction of a new era of airline service to India," said Dinesh Keskar, vice president -- Sales and president -- Boeing Aircraft Trading, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "The 737-800's economic advantages are the result of its ability to generate more revenue by carrying up to 12 more passengers and approximately one-half tonne more cargo than the A320. The Next-Generation 737 is the right choice for Air-India Express."
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Old February 24th, 2005, 12:41 PM   #7
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Aeromexico

Aeromexico was one of first in buying Boeing 737-700 NG at latinamerica level and they have worked to this very well, in fact they glide to buy more airships of these characteristics at the end of 2005, at the moment have in purchase 15 apparatuses of these.

Boeing, Aeromexico Announce Next-Generation 737-700 Order
SEATTLE, Sept. 9, 2004 -- Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Aeromexico today said the airline is acquiring 10 additional Next-Generation 737-700 airplanes for its fleet-modernization program.

Aeromexico ordered eight of the airplanes from Boeing and is leasing the remainder. As the transaction was completed earlier, Boeing has reflected it on its orders website in the "unidentified" category.

"The 737-700 remains a key solution for our airline," said Aeromexico Chief Executive Officer Fernando Flores. "The superior operating economics of the Next-Generation 737s are especially important in light of continued rising fuel costs."

The airplanes will be delivered between July and December, 2005. This order complements Aeromexico's 2003 order for 15 airplanes, 10 of which have been delivered. The remainder will be delivered by the end of November.

The 737-700's short- and long-range flight flexibility provides access to 90 percent of Aeromexico's destinations. The airplane also replaces less efficient older aircraft and will allow Aeromexico to comply with noise reduction laws as required.

Aeromexico's 737-700s have 112 economy-class seats and 12 Clase Premier seats, and the largest available overhead storage bins. As with Aeromexico's other 737s, the new ones will have Blended Winglets – 8-foot-long wingtip extensions that reduce fuel consumption by approximately 3.5 percent and increase the aircraft's range up to 450 nautical miles. The winglets improve performance at hot, high-altitude airports like Mexico City, reduce airplane noise by lowering the engine thrust required at takeoff, and help reduce engine maintenance costs by reducing wear.

The Boeing Next-Generation 737s fly higher, faster, farther, and more quietly than comparable airplanes, while offering greater fuel efficiency. It is the world's best-selling commercial airplane family, with more than 5,400 ordered by 220 customers.

Aeromexico is Mexico's largest airline and a leader in on-time performance and baggage handling. It operates Boeing 767, 757, 737, and MD-80 jetliners. From its Mexico City hub it operates more than 300 daily flights to 30 cities within Mexico, 15 in the United States, two in Europe and three in South America. It's a founding member of SkyTeam, the global airline alliance that also includes Air France, Alitalia, Continental, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Korean Air and Northwest.

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ANA had also ordered 737NG



After an an extensive review of all products on the market, the Japanese carrier All Nippon Airlines (ANA) placed a firm order for 45 Boeing 737s. airplanes. The order does mainly include the 737-700 model but also some other types of the 737NG product family. The exact numbers of each variant has not been announced but it is expected that most of the planes will be 737-700s.

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FL Group increases Boeing Next-Generation 737 Order
12 April 2005


The FL Group (formerly Flugleidir Icelandair) has converted purchase rights from a January order into a new firm order for five additional Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 airplanes.

The five new airplanes are valued at $325 million at list prices. Boeing will deliver the five new airplanes in 2007, while deliveries from the January order will occur next year.

"These additional 737s, so soon after the original order, speak to the increasing status of The FL Group and demand for the 737," said Marlin Dailey, vice president, Sales for Europe and Central Asia, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "This further cements a great relationship with a loyal, growing customer."

As with the previous order, The FL Group, Icelandair's parent company, will lease the airplanes to other carriers outside of Iceland. Icelandair ordered two Boeing 787 Dreamliners in February and is a member of the 787 customer launch team.
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Boeing looks into raising 737 production
By Dan Roberts in New York
Published: April 28 2005 03:00 | Last updated: April 28 2005 03:00

Boeing is examining ways to ramp up production of its short-to-medium range 737 aircraft as recent strong demand places strains on manufacturing capacity.

Some analysts believe there is now a 36-month wait for the US manufacturer's single-aisle jet, which has proved popular among budget airlines.

This comes as a slew of orders for the larger 787 model have helped close the gap on European rival Airbus, whose A380 model shows their differing views on the direction of the market.

James Bell, the finance director who is acting chief executive while Boeing searches for a replacement for Harry Stonecipher, was cautiously upbeat during a first-quarter results presentation.

"We had forecast that the recovery [in sales] would be gradual," he said. "What we have seen to date is at least gradual and some would say better than that."

But he was more forthright when asked to comment on the fanfare surrounding the test flight of the A380: "We always thought it would fly - that's what aircraft do - we also thought that mid-range planes were a better bet and our orders trend is showing that."

Boeing shares reversed earlier losses to trade slightly higher by midday as investors focused on its positive outlook rather than last quarter's lacklustre results.

Boeing's fortunes improved this month as it won mixed orders from Air-India and Air Canada. It is also expected to announce an order of 18 787s from Northwest. "If the market is demanding that we produce more, we will look at how we can raise production rates orderly to accommodate the increased demand," Mr Bell said.

First-quarter profits dipped as rising pension and stock option expense offset a stronger performance in defence systems and commercial aircraft.

Net earnings fell by 14 per cent to $535m, producing earnings per share of 66 cents, down from 77 cents. Sales edged up 1 per cent to just under $13bn.

The company expects earnings per share of $2.40-$2.60 for the full year, rising to $3-$3.20 in 2006.

"First-quarter results reflect continued strong operational and financial performance across our businesses," Mr Bell said.

The company's commercial aircraft division secured more than 250 new orders and commitments in the period, as the sector continued to recover. Profits in commercial aircraft rose 11 per cent to $389m, although aircraft deliveries were down to 70, from 76 a year ago. Sales dipped to $5.1bn from $5.3bn.

In integrated defence systems, operating profits rose 15 per cent to $847m on sales of $7.5bn, up 2 per cent. Boeing Capital profits fell 40 per cent to $44m on revenues of $237m, compared with $251m last time.
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Boeing and SALE Complete Purchase Agreement for 20 Next-Generation 737s
25 May 2005

Boeing and Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise (SALE) today completed a sales agreement for 20 Boeing Next-Generation 737s, plus purchase rights for 20 additional airplanes.
The agreement, valued at US$1.1 billion at list prices, represents SALE 's first direct order of 737s from Boeing. Deliveries are to begin in late 2006 and extend through late 2009. It also is the largest jetliner purchase announced by a leasing company since the Sept. 11, 2001, events that severely affected the world's aviation industry.
"This is clearly a milestone in our relationship with Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise, a world-class lessor," said Mike Cave , vice president and general manager, Airplane Programs -- Boeing Commercial Airplanes, in Singapore for the contract signing. "The 737 is a favorite among both full-service and low-cost carriers -- an important attribute in the leasing business."
SALE selected the Next-Generation 737 to attract new customers and significantly develop its global business. SALE cited the 737's value, global customer base, technology, flexibility, reliability and economic and environmental performance in placing its order.
The 737-800 is the baseline model SALE has specified. However, the agreement provides for conversions to the 737-700 or the proposed higher-capacity 737-900X. The Next-Generation 737 family is powered by CFM56-7B turbofans from CFM International.
"We are very happy to have finalized our contract with Boeing," said SALE Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Robert Martin. "The addition of the aircraft to our portfolio will enable SALE to reach a wider range of airline customers and significantly develop our global business."
Previously, SALE has ordered six Boeing 777s and three Boeing 767s. In addition, the lessor owns a number of Boeing jetliners purchased through other sources.
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GECAS orders 20 Boeing Next-Generation 737s
14 June 2005


GE Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) is to purchase 20 Boeing Next-Generation 737s worth US$1.1 billion at list prices.

GECAS also identified itself as the customer for 12 Boeing 737s ordered last year that were attributed to an unidentified customer. These 12 airplanes will be delivered starting late this year and throughout 2006. All 12 have been placed with airlines.

The 32 airplanes on firm order, in conjunction with six 737s ordered last month for lease to Sky Europe, bring to 38 the firm commitments GECAS has made to the 737 family in the last year.

The 20 new airplanes are scheduled for delivery from 2006 into 2008. Six of these airplanes have already been placed with airlines.

"The Next-Generation 737 is popular among the world's airlines and we have been quite successful in placing the airplane with operators," said Henry Hubschman, president and CEO of GECAS. "Airlines appreciate the low operating costs, high reliability and the modern, flexible interior that meets their changing requirements. In addition the 737 maintains its value as an asset in our portfolio."

“The 737 is a great airplane for the leasing market, and we are working closely with GECAS to meet the demand generated by the recovery in commercial aviation,” said John Feren, vice president of Leasing & Asset Management for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Over the years, GECAS has been a great partner and has leased hundreds of Boeing airplanes to fleets around the world."

GECAS has directly ordered a total of 301 Boeing jetliners and currently has more than 600 Boeing airplanes in its fleet.

The total GECAS Next-Generation 737 fleet is nearly 200 airplanes, which includes purchases from Boeing and from third parties. All are in operation with more than 30 different airline customers around the world.
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Boeing delivers China Eastern's First 737-700s with High-Altitude Package
24 June 2005


China Eastern Airlines (Yunnan) has taken delivery of its first two Next-Generation Boeing 737-700s modified for operations in some of the most remote, high-altitude regions.

The modifications include one hour of additional emergency oxygen supply and enhancements to the cabin pressure control system that allows operations at airports located at up to 14,500 feet. These airplanes can use the high-elevation airports in Western China such as Lhasa and Bangda.

"The high-altitude and extensive oxygen package will provide additional capability for China's carriers as they support the country's initiative to improve access and service to western China," said Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice President, China Sales Rob Laird.
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America needs these with its airline companies suffering bankruuptcies
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Wow, I posted long ago that I flew on a Continental 737-900 but it was nice to fly on a Southwest Airlines 737-700 to Las Vegas a few weeks ago. Very nice plane.
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Singapore Airlines is really increasing, A-380's 737's...
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Boeing delivers First Air-India Express Next-Generation 737-800
22 February 2005


Air-India Express today celebrated delivery of the airline's first Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 commercial jetliner.

Air-India Express (AIE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of India's flag carrier Air-India, is leasing the airplane from Boullioun Aviation Services Inc. Air-India Express, a low-cost operator will initially fly from the southern Indian State of Kerala and the cities of Mumbai and Delhi to destinations in the Gulf from April 2005 and gradually expand services as more airplanes are inducted in the Air-India Express fleet.

"This is the first of three Boeing 737-800s being taken on lease by Air-India Charters Ltd. (AICL) for Air-India Express," said Jitender Bhargava, director of Public Relations, Air-India. "These 737-800s will provide excellent reliability and efficiency, which will enable a profitable operation as quickly as possible."

"We are thrilled to partner with Air-India Express in the introduction of a new era of airline service to India," said Dinesh Keskar, vice president -- Sales and president -- Boeing Aircraft Trading, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "The 737-800's economic advantages are the result of its ability to generate more revenue by carrying up to 12 more passengers and approximately one-half tonne more cargo than the A320. The Next-Generation 737 is the right choice for Air-India Express."
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Air Senegal International takes delivery of Third Next-Generation Boeing 737-700
8 July 2005


Air Senegal International has expanded its capabilities with the delivery of the carrier's third Boeing Next-Generation 737-700. The new airplane is equipped with winglets, making it more fuel efficient and offering greater range.

"This first direct purchase of a Next-Generation 737 is clearly a milestone in our growth as an airline. We are excited about our future prospects and we will continue on our successful course," said Air Senegal International's CEO Mohamed Fattahi. "The operating efficiency, performance and durability of the 737 serves us well, and has allowed Air Senegal International to add new regional routes in West Africa and increased flights to Europe."

The latest 737-700 to join Air Senegal's fleet was purchased directly from Boeing with financing guarantees by the United States Ex-Im Bank. The airline currently has two 737-700s on lease, as well as a 737-500.

Air Senegal International was launched in early 2001 by Group Royal Air Maroc and the Senegalese government, which holds a 49% interest in the airline.
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