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Old November 13th, 2014, 09:36 PM   #581
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Last weeks orders.

The SMBC order that was announced on Monday for 80 737 MAX.

And a new a new order from an Unidentified Customer for 10 737s.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm


Boeing tweeted this about the orders:

"Since its launch, the 737 MAX has now recorded 2,412 orders from 51 customers."
https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes/...58496086818817

This means (if calculated correctly) that the Unidentified Customer is a new customer for the MAX, they ordered 6 737 MAX. It's unclear if the other 4 is the same customer also ordering 4 NGs. edit: this is probably the order from Kunming Airlines that was announced as a commitment last month


Out of the 25 unidentified orders 17 are now for new customers (including the Kunming, 9Air, China Eastern & Shandong Airlines orders that are known but are still listed as Unidentified) the other 8 are follow up orders for existing customers. Some of the Chinese might be officially identified soon as the Zhuhai Airshow is now underway until the 16th.
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Old November 16th, 2014, 04:38 AM   #583
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Qantas B737-800, "Mendoowoorrji" (reg. VH-XZJ)

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And speaking of airlines based in island nations and territories...

Air Austral B737-800 (WL) (reg. F-ONGB) -- based in Reunion Island, south Indian Ocean

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Another week, another unidentified order.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm


This time for 30 737s, plus orders for 2 737 BBJs.

No announcement if these are NG or MAX or a mix.
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Hmmm... looks like business is still brisk with the most successful narrow-bodied aircraft. Perhaps Ryanair is looking to get even more of those, as well as Southwest and other LCCs...

By the way, this is no shock to most of us, but if it has chosen to make it happen, I would really love to see it developed... from Reuters:

Boeing says it has no plans for long-range 737 MAX -- an Exclusive

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Boeing Co has no plans to extend the range of its forthcoming 737 MAX 9 jetliner in response to Airbus Group's move to offer a long-range version of its competing A321 aircraft, a senior Boeing executive said on Thursday.

"We are very happy with where the MAX 9 sits and feel the competition is simply doing things to catch up with it," Randy Tinseth, vice president of marketing at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said in an interview.
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 02:34 AM   #588
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Hmmm... looks like business is still brisk with the most successful narrow-bodied aircraft. Perhaps Ryanair is looking to get even more of those, as well as Southwest and other LCCs...

By the way, this is no shock to most of us, but if it has chosen to make it happen, I would really love to see it developed... from Reuters:

Boeing says it has no plans for long-range 737 MAX -- an Exclusive



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The 757 market seems like a niche market with not that many orders. obviously I am probly wrong.
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Well, the B757 was originally designed for mid-haul services that do not have a lot of passengers on board to fill it in than a B767 or B777 would... it is especially popular on Transatlantic and select thin routes between the US and Central and South America (think of American and Delta). And by the way, the next comparable aircraft to the B757 would be the A321 (which will develop a NEO-LR version), which will augment its current selection of aircraft.

Had if Boeing developed the plan, though, I really would like to follow it since it will mean it can be comparable to its B737 BBJ and B737-700ER (also B737-900ER) aircraft.
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The main problem is that the 737 MAX-9 is pretty much the furthest Boeing can go with the design, an even longer range version to compete directly with the A321neoLR is simply not possible without having to make large concessions when it comes to the total capacity. It would never be a true 757-200 replacement.

Boeing recently claimed that they will be developing their NSA (new small aircraft) to replace the 737 by 2030. Some analyst think that this might even happen 5 years earlier, and that Boeing will come with a plane that will cover the 737-8, 737-9 and the 757-200. Boeing has to juggle this kind of development between the MAX and the competition of the A320. Going to soon for a clean sheet replacement might eat into the potential 737 MAX orders and might technically not be a to big improvement over the 737 MAX and the A320neo. On the other hand if they wait to long they might loose out to the A320neo even more as it has a but more potential left for improvements then the 737.
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It looks like the Ryanair order will be firmed up any time now.

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Ryanair Shareholders Approve Boeing 737 “Gamechanger” Order At EGM

99.93% VOTE IN FAVOUR OF NEW 200 AIRCRAFT ORDER

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (28 Nov) announced that its order to purchase up to 200 Boeing “gamechanger” 737 MAX aircraft (100 firm & 100 options) has been approved by 99.93% of shareholders who voted at its EGM in Dublin this morning. When finalised (and if all options are exercised) this deal will be valued at over $22bn at current list prices.

Ryanair is the lead customer for this new Boeing aircraft which will feature 197 seats (8 more than Ryanair’s existing 737-800s), more leg room, new Boeing Sky Interiors, and CFM LEAP-1B engines, which will reduce fuel consumption by up to 18% in Ryanair’s configuration and reduce noise emissions by 40%.

These aircraft will further reduce Ryanair’s industry leading unit costs, and these savings will be passed on via lower fares to Ryanair’s customers, which will now grow from 82m in 2014 to over 150m customers p.a. by the end of the delivery stream in FY2024.
- See more at: http://corporate.ryanair.com/news/ne....3Hper0VF.dpuf
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Hmmm... this is something many of us may not want to be in: (from The Aviation Herald)

Southwest Airlines B737 Lands in Fort Myers Due to Loss of Cabin Pressure

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A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700, registration N416WN performing flight WN-1469 from Saint Louis, MO to Fort Lauderdale, FL (USA) with 129 passengers and 5 crew, was enroute at FL330 about 50nm northnorthwest of Tampa,FL (USA) when the crew reported problems with the cabin pressure and initiated an emergency descent to 13000 feet levelling off at 13000 feet about 5 minutes later (average rate of descent 4000 fpm). The aircraft diverted to Fort Myers,FL, about 95nm southsoutheast of Tampa, for a safe landing.

A replacement Boeing 737-700 delivered the passengers to Fort Lauderdale with a delay of 130 minutes.

The airline reported the aircraft suffered the loss of cabin pressure prompting the crew to follow the related emergency procedures and divert to Fort Myers, where a replacement aircraft was being prepared.
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Ryanair has firmed up their order straight away after the shareholders approval.

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Boeing, Ryanair Finalize Order for 100 737 MAX 200s

DUBLIN, Dec. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Ryanair have finalized an order for 100 737 MAX 200s, valued at $11 billion at current list prices. The order, originally announced as a commitment in September, includes options for 100 additional 737 MAX 200 airplanes, and makes the Irish low-cost carrier the launch customer for the newest member of the 737 MAX family of airplanes.

"Ryanair is proud and honored to become the lead operator of Boeing's 'gamechanger' 737 MAX 200 aircraft, which will expand our fleet to approximately 520 aircraft by 2024 and create another 10,000 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers in Europe, while allowing us to grow traffic from 82 million passengers last year to over 150 million by 2024," said Ryanair CEO, Michael O'Leary.

"These new 'gamechanger' aircraft will allow Ryanair to lower our costs and airfares, while improving our customer experience with more leg room and the Boeing Sky Interior, as we roll out new offers, particularly for our Business Plus and Family Extra customers. As many of Europe's flag carriers cut capacity on short-haul routes, Ryanair looks forward to using these new 737 MAX 200 aircraft to grow at many more of Europe's primary airports," said O'Leary.

The 737 MAX incorporates the latest technology CFM International LEAP-1B engines, Advanced Technology winglets and other improvements to deliver the highest efficiency, reliability and passenger comfort in the single-aisle market. With this order, more than 50 customers have ordered more than 2,550 737 MAXs.
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http://boeing.mediaroom.com/2014-12-...0-737-MAX-200s


Interestingly Boeing now claims more then 2,550 orders, this doesn't add up with the previous announcements. This means that last weeks order for 30 737s was also a MAX order, but even with this order added it still means that there will be another order on the next update this Thursday.


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Hmmm... Boeing 737 MAX 200? So is that the name of the first MAX model for the well-loved short-haul airliner? The next one would then be 737 MAX 300 then?
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Hmmm... Boeing 737 MAX 200? So is that the name of the first MAX model for the well-loved short-haul airliner? The next one would then be 737 MAX 300 then?
No, the 737 MAX 200 is the name of the new super high density version of the 737 MAX 8, Ryanair is the launch customer for this subtype.
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