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Old September 7th, 2005, 09:35 PM   #41
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Boeing Expects Malaysia 737 Fleet Decision This Year-Report

10-05-05 04:52 AM EST

KUALA LUMPUR -(Dow Jones)- Boeing Co. (BA) expects Penerbangan Malaysia Bhd., or PMB, to decide by the year-end the fate of the 737 fleet operated by its Malaysian Airline System Bhd. (3786.KU) unit, Bernama news agency said Wednesday.

"(The) most recent indications are that there may be a decision later in 2005, " the report quoted Bob Saling, Boeing's commercial airplanes international and sales communications manager, as saying.

Malaysian government-owned PMB holds 69% of Malaysian Air. The 39 single-aisle 737 planes PMB owns are about 11 years old on average, and Malaysian Air officials have said the airline needs younger planes to cut fuel and maintenance costs.


"Discussions are ongoing as we work with PMB and Malaysian Air to identify the best matches to Malaysian Air's fleet replacement and growth plans," Saling said.

Officials at PMB weren't immediately available for comment.

Malaysian Air officials have previously said single-aisle planes from Boeing and Airbus (ABI.YY) are possible replacements for the current 737 fleet.

In August, Malaysian Air Chairman Munir Majid said any fleet replacement plans would be put on hold as the airline tries to cut costs and turn around after reporting its worst quarterly results in four years.

Malaysian Air suffered a MYR280.7 million loss in the quarter ended June 30, and blamed the shortfall on soaring fuel and other operating costs.

Since a complex restructuring in 2002, Malaysian Air has been leasing most of its planes from PMB. Analysts expect a similar arrangement if new planes are purchased to replace the 737 aircraft.

-By Carolyn Lim, Dow Jones Newswires;
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Airline wants 30 sets of winglets to fit Boeing’s 737-800

JAL wants 30 sets of winglets to fit Boeing’s 737-800:

Japan Airlines announced orders for 30 sets of blended winglets Friday for new Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
The winglets are a product of Aviation Partners Boeing, a Seattle company that developed the fuel-saving appendages for Boeing commercial jets.

The winglets – vertical extensions of the wings of the 737s – improve performance, reduce noise and lessen fuel consumption on the airliners.

The winglets will be installed on JAL aircraft as they are produced on Boeing’s Renton 737 assembly line. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in November and continue through 2010.

Based on JAL’s projected usage of the twin-engine aircraft, the winglets will save the airline a projected 80,000 gallons of fuel per year per aircraft, Aviation Partners said.

The airline also took options for 10 additional sets of the winglets.

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gyptAir orders Boeing Electronic Flight Bag for Next-Generation 737 Airplanes
22 November 2005


Boeing is to install its Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) on six 737-800 airplanes to be delivered to EgyptAir beginning in July 2006. EgyptAir will use the fully integrated Class 3 EFB to gain higher levels of safety, security and efficiency and as a bridge into the e-Enabled air transport environment.

"We selected the 737-800 because of its high degree of reliability and ruggedness," said Engineer Atef Abd El-Hamid, chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Holding Company. "Adding the Boeing EFB to this airplane will make it even more reliable and efficient, and will let us take even more advantage of Boeing's advanced technology."

EFB is a core technology of Boeing's vision of an e-Enabled air transport system, where data, information and knowledge can be shared instantly across the air-transport enterprise. Using software developed by Boeing and its subsidiary Jeppesen, and hardware from Astronautics Corp. of America (ACA), the Boeing EFB digitizes vital charts and manuals that pilots need to fly an airplane, giving them the information they need instantly.

An instant performance calculator gives pilots the ideal speeds and engine setting for an aircraft, in any weather, on any runway, with any payload, creating vast gains in efficiency, range and payload.

Jeppesen's award-winning Airplane Moving Map enhances runway situational awareness by integrating geo-referencing technology with Jeppesen airport taxi charts to show flight crews exactly where they are on the tarmac. The EFB even gives flight crews a viewer for cabin surveillance systems, helping them meet enhanced security recommendations of recent months.

With 80 Gigabytes of available memory, the Boeing EFB provides plenty of room for new applications as well, such as enhanced fault reporting; enhanced electronic checklists; real-time weather information; and real-time Notice To Airmen (NOTAM) information.
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ANA celebrates delivery of first Next-Generation Boeing 737
23 November 2005


ANA (All Nippon Airways) today celebrated delivery of the airline's first Boeing 737-700 airplane, the first of 45 737-700 airplanes ordered by the airline in 2003 and the first Next-Generation 737 to be delivered to Japan.

ANA's first Next-Generation 737 will carry between 118 and 136 passengers depending on the configuration, and features ANA's brand-new seats, which recently received a Japanese Good Design award. The airplanes will be operated on ANA's domestic and short-haul Asian networks.

"This begins the simplification of our narrow-body fleet," said Mineo Yamamoto, President and CEO of ANA. "We look forward to reducing operating costs in this time of high fuel prices with the Next-Generation 737's superior cost efficiencies and performance. Additionally, our passengers will enjoy our new award-winning seats in the 737-700's comfortable interior."

ANA's new ergonomic, slimmer and lighter seats were introduced last month on ANA's Boeing 767-300 fleet, and are being incorporated in all ANA aircraft. Without increasing seat pitch, the new design increases passenger leg room by moving the magazine pocket from knee level to occupy space behind the tray table. To further enhance amenities, a coat hook and stowage pocket have been provided, and the reclining button redesigned for greater ease of use.

In a first for a Japanese airline, a number of the seats also convert into center-row tables allowing the creation of up to 36 Premium Economy Asia seats – a new class for ANA. On domestic routes the 737-700 will fly with an all-Economy configuration of 136 seats. On international routes, up to 36 Premium Economy Asia seats can be created in line with demand, simply by converting 18 seats into center tables.

The new airplane is powered by CFM56-7 engines produced by CFMI, a joint venture of General Electric of the United States and Snecma of France.
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Chinese airlines share a cake of 70 Boeing 737 airplanes
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Nineteen of the total 70 Boeing 737 airplanes that China ordered one month ago have found their owners, Beijing New reported Friday.

Major Chinese domestic airlines started to share a cake of the big deal with U.S. aircraft giant Boeing this week.

According to the newspaper report, Shanghai-based Eastern airlines bought four 737NG plans for 1.84-billion yuan (about 230 million US dollars) this week. The four plans will be delivered from August 2007 to October 2008.

Officials with the Eastern Airlines noted that these new plans will be used on the rising domestic middle and short trip routes.

The Shenzhen Airlines in south China also inked a deal for buying five 737-800 planes, which would likely be delivered starting from summer of 2008.

Another Chinese airline, the Xiamen Airlines will purchase ten 737-800 plans from Boeing.

Domestic Chinese airlines also showed great interest on the big order of 150 A320 plans signed recently between China and the Airbus. And relevant distribution on the deal have also been started among Chinese airlines.

Moreover, sources from the Shenzhen Airlines said that the company plans to buy six airbus planes next year.

Source: Xinhua
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Indonesia's Garuda plans to lease Boeings to expand air routes next year

JAKARTA (AFX) - National flag carrier PT Garuda Indonesia will lease a number of Boeing aircraft next year as it plans to expand flights in Asia, the Middle East and Europe, said a company official.

'In December and February we will receive Boeing 737 planes of the new generation type,' Garuda spokesperson Pudjobroto said.

One of the aircraft is scheduled to arrive this month and the others early next year, he said.

Aside from the three Boeing 737s, Garuda will lease other aircraft from Boeing although the number and type have yet to be decided.

Garuda, which currently has a fleet of 57 aircraft, last September signed a deal with Boeing to lease 28 aircraft worth 2 bln usd.

For next year the airline plans to fly to Seoul and Dubai, and will reopen previously closed European routes to either London or Amsterdam, Pudjobroto said.
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Boeing proposing 737 intelligence aircraft
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The Boeing Co. is planning to turn the 737 jetliner into an aircraft capable of airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

The plane would be a variant of the 737-based P-8A Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft that Boeing (NYSE: BA) is developing for the U.S. Navy. The P-8A is designed as the next generation of submarine hunter aircraft.

The 737 SIGINT (signals intelligence) aircraft would be used on high-altitude missions to listen to electronic transmissions and relay information from those transmissions to military commanders.

Boeing officials say they don't yet know how much of the 737 SIGINT modification work would be done in Wichita if the aircraft is put into production. More than 75 percent of the 737 airframe is built at Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in Wichita.
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Boeing 737-900ER nears design completion

737-900ER NEARS DESIGN COMPLETION
Boeing announced this week that its company engineers have completed 90% of the drawings for the 215-pax 737-900ER. The aircraft was launched in July 2005.

The milestone means that nearly all of the engineering work necessary to build parts and tools for assembly has been completed and released to manufacturing. The design milestone was reached right on the target date, as Boeing plans to begin final assembly of the first 737-900ER in early 2006 at Renton.

The first 737-900ER is scheduled for delivery in the first half of 2007 to launch customer Lion Air (ordered 30) after a five-month flight test program, which will include two flight test aircraft.

The 737-900ER incorporates an additional pair of exit doors, a flat rear pressure bulkhead, and aerodynamic and structural design changes that enhance low-speed and cruise performance. These changes include strengthened wings, a two-position tailskid, enhancements to the leading and trailing-edge flap systems, and optional Blended Winglets and auxiliary fuel tanks.
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Boeing Nears 737-900ER Design Completion
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City of Industry, CA --(www.FinancialNewsUSA.com)-- 01/27/2006 - Defense industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Boeing (NYSE: BA) marks an engineering milestone recently as company engineers complete 90 percent of the drawings for the newest 737 family member, the 737-900ER. The milestone means that nearly all of the engineering work necessary to build parts and tools for assembly has been completed and released to manufacturing. "This is a critical milestone for the airplane as we make the transition from the development phase to the production phase," said Mike Delaney, 737 chief project engineer. "With most of the drawings complete, our suppliers and fabrication plants can begin manufacturing detailed parts." The design milestone was reached right on the target date, as Boeing works to begin final assembly of the first 737-900ER this spring at the company's Renton, Wash., manufacturing facility. Lockheed Martin Corp.'s profit increased 44 percent in 2005, as its Aeronautics unit posted 11 percent margin growth. The Bethesda, Md.-based defense contractor (NYSE: LMT) had net income of $1.83 billion on $37.2 billion in sales, compared with net income of $1.27 billion on $35.5 billion in sales in 2004. The company's Marietta, Ga.-based Aeronautics division had a profit of $994 million on $11.7 billion in sales, compared with a profit of $899 million on $11.8 billion in sales in 2004. For the year, Aeronautics' sales decreased by $115 million due to expected declines in combat aircraft, which was partially offset by growth in air mobility. Combat aircraft sales decreased by $480 million for the year primarily due to declines in F-16 volume, which more than offset higher F-35 and F-22 volume. The sales growth in air mobility was due to additional C- 130J deliveries and higher volume on other air mobility programs.

Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) announced recently the appointment of S. Michael Scheeringa to the position of chief executive officer at Flight Options, the company's fractional ownership entity. From February 2004, Scheeringa served as Flight Options' chief operating officer and has served as acting chief executive officer since November 2004. "Michael is a proven leader," said William H. Swanson, chairman and CEO of Raytheon Company, "as is evident in the progress Flight Options has made on its Go Forward business plan. We believe he has the background, drive and innovative ideas to lead Fight Options forward in a highly competitive industry." U.S. BioDefense, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: UBDE) announces that they have submitted a proposal to the Department of Defense (DoD) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program. "Terrorism relies on the element of surprise. The goal of Homeland Security is to take this advantage away by developing the intelligence and warning systems to detect terrorist movements before it manifests itself. We are committed to meeting this goal, by becoming a leading developer and commercialization company of innovative technologies, that can combat threats presented by chemical and biological agents," said David Chin, CEO. The DoD's SBIR program funds early-stage R&D projects at small technology companies. The projects serve the DoD's need for innovative technology development and have the potential for commercialization in the private and/or military markets. The program is part of a larger ($2 billion) federal SBIR program administered by ten federal agencies. For the 2005 fiscal year, the approximate funds are $1.079 billion dollars.

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Boeing Offers Efficiency Enhancing Feature for Next-Generation 737
01.30.06, 3:02 AM ET


SEATTLE, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) today announced a new carbon brake option that will reduce airframe weight and lower operating costs for Next-Generation 737 operators around the world.

The no-charge option will save up to 700 pounds in airplane weight and increase the wear life up to twice the number of landings. The reduction in weight and increased durability will lower maintenance and operating costs overall.

"Carbon brakes offer the same stopping performance as steel brakes but with the added benefit of a significant weight savings, which ultimately increases fuel efficiency," said Mike Delaney, 737 chief project engineer. "Next-Generation 737s are already lighter than competing Airbus models. This structural efficiency is a fundamental reason why Next-Generation 737s fly farther, higher and with better fuel efficiency than the competition."

"This new feature demonstrates our continued commitment to offer technology that brings value to our customers and continues to make the 737 the most capable airplane in the world's single-aisle market," added Delaney.

The carbon brakes, which will be supplied by Goodrich and Messier-Bugatti, will be available for deliveries starting in early 2008, following a two-month flight test program. The option also will be available for retrofit on all Next-Generation 737s.

Known for their industry-leading reliability and low operating costs, the Next-Generation 737s are part of the best-selling 737 family. Overall, operators around the world have ordered more than 6,000 models. To date, 95 operators have placed orders for more than 2,960 Next-Generation 737s; the program has a backlog of 1,133 units with a value of about $69 Billion at current list prices.

For more information about the 737, visit http://www.boeing.com/commercial/737...kit/index.html .
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Boeing Launches Longest-Range 737 (-700ER) with ANA
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The Boeing Company today launched the 737-700ER (Extended Range), following an order conversion from ANA (All Nippon Airways) for two airplanes. The 737-700ER has the longest range capability of any 737 commercial family member, and is able to serve new nonstop, point-to-point routes profitably. ANA exercised rights to substitute 737-700s with 737-700ERs. The two 737-700ERs are part of a larger order announced June 23, 2003, for 45 737-700s.

The value of the Next-Generation 737 family continues to grow with the 737-700ER, and we are delighted to have ANA as the launch customer," said Alan Mulally, chief executive officer and president of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "This new 737 derivative is a great example of how Boeing helps our customers succeed by responding to new emerging airline business requirements."

Boeing is scheduled to deliver the first airplane to ANA in early 2007.

"This special airplane will bring new possibilities for ANA in terms of the routes we fly," said ANA President and CEO Mineo Yamamoto. "It will allow us to explore destinations that could hitherto only be reached with larger aircraft, and further provide greater choice and convenience to our customers."

The 737-700ER is a Boeing Business Jet-inspired airplane, designed for long-range commercial applications. The airplane features the fuselage of the commercial 737-700 and the wings and landing gear of the larger 737-800. The high-performance derivative can fly up to 2,145 nautical miles farther than the current 737-700. With up to nine optional auxiliary fuel tanks and optional Blended Winglets, the 737-700ER is capable of flying up to 5,510 nautical miles.

Sharing the same industry-leading reliability and low operating and maintenance costs of other models in the 737 family, the 737-700ER allows carriers to compete in relatively new markets such as the long-range all-premium class market, or is particularly well suited for low-cost carriers seeking to operate on longer routes. The Next-Generation 737s are 10 years newer and fly higher, faster, farther, and more quietly than competing models. To date, 95 airlines have placed orders for more than 2,960 Next-Generation 737s. More than 1,130 737s are on order, worth about $69 billion at current list prices.

For more information about the 737, including the 737-700ER, visit http://www.boeing.com/commercial/737family/index.html.

Boeing press release, SEATTLE, Jan. 31, 2006
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Boeing today officially launched the 737-900ER (Extended Range), the newest member of the Next-Generation 737 family, following the completion of a sales agreement for up to 60 of the airplanes from Lion Air.

The 737-900ER was formerly known as the 737-900X.

Lion Air, Indonesia's first low-cost carrier, originally announced its intent to order up to 60 737s earlier this year. Today's firm order is for 30 of the new derivative airplanes, with purchase rights for 30 additional models. The order is worth $3.9 billion at list prices.

The first 737-900ER is scheduled for delivery in the first half of 2007.

"The Next-Generation 737 is the most efficient single-aisle airplane family today, and we are thrilled to have Lion Air as the launch customer to increase the 737 family's capability with the additional range and seating of the 737-900ER," said Alan Mulally, president and chief executive officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "In addition to the unprecedented economic advantages, the 737-900ER shares the same industry-leading reliability of the world's most successful airplane family."

The 737-900ER is the same size as today's 737-900, but, with the addition of a pair of exit doors and a flat rear pressure bulkhead, will carry 26 additional passengers, raising the maximum capacity from 189 to 215 in a single-class layout.

Aerodynamic and structural design changes, including strengthened wings, a two-position tailskid, enhancements to the leading and trailing edge flap systems, and optional Blended Winglets and auxiliary fuel tanks, will allow the 737-900ER to accommodate higher takeoff weights and increase its range to 3,200 nautical miles (5,900 km), making it comparable to the 737-800's range.

"We are delighted to be the launch customer for the 737-900ER," said President Director Rusdi Kirana of Lion Air. "We are confident that the outstanding economics and reliability of the aircraft will contribute to the expansion and modernization of our fleet."

The new aircraft will be powered by the CFM International CFM56-7B turbofan engines.
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Wer'e in the 21st centuries, and the new airplane designs are really dissappointingly conservative (read: boring). I wish for some more dramatic innovative designs.
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Wer'e in the 21st centuries, and the new airplane designs are really dissappointingly conservative (read: boring). I wish for some more dramatic innovative designs.
Find an alternative fuel that can power a jet engine and you'll see some amazing things.
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