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Old September 11th, 2015, 07:44 PM   #821
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Aviation Week reports that Boeing will soon announce a 737 completion and delivery center in China.

http://aviationweek.com/commercial-a...-facility-deal


Later this month the Chinese president will make it's 1st state visit to the USA, Seattle (09/23) is one of the stops on this trip.

It's not known where and when this delivery center will be opened. It will handle the cabin outfitting, finishing touches on the paint, the last test flights and customer acceptance.

The move is both to please the Chinese market and to ease the work in Seattle with the upcoming production rate increases. Building more 737s is one thing, making them ready for delivery could become a bottleneck.
He is scheduled to arrive in Seattle on 9/21 and depart on 9/25. He is scheduled to tour the Everett facility on Monday afternoon.
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Boeing Begins Final Assembly of First 737 MAX

We have started final assembly of the first 737 MAX 8, the first member of our new, more efficient single-aisle family.

Mechanics recently attached the wings to the body of the first 737 MAX flight test airplane. The wings feature new Advanced Technology winglets which will give customers up to 1.8 percent additional fuel-efficiency improvement over today's inline winglet designs.
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The 1st Chinese order was announced on the back of the Chinese Presidents visit to the USA, 30 737-800s for ICBC Leasing.

It looks to be the tip of the iceberg, reports are that China will order 300 Boeing aircraft.

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China's ICBC Leasing says signed order with Boeing for 30 737-800 aircraft

BEIJING, Sept 23 (Reuters) - China's ICBC Financial Leasing Co said on Wednesday it signed an agreement with Boeing Co to buy 30 737-800 jets.

The order is part of a deal for 300 Boeing aircraft to be closed by Chinese airlines and leasing firms, ICBC Financial Leasing said, as Chinese President Xi Jinping visits the United States.
http://www.cnbc.com/2015/09/23/reute...-aircraft.html



It should be stated that the deal for 300 planes could include already firm unidentified order and/or completely new orders. We will probably get more info, also directly from Boeing as the day progresses.

But this order for 30 737-800 cannot be directly coupled to 1 of the unidentified orders.
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Old September 23rd, 2015, 11:50 PM   #824
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Boeing Hosts China President Xi Jinping, Announces Airplane Sales, Expanded Collaboration with China's Aviation Industry

In Boeing factory, President engages with employees about airplanes built for China

Boeing, China finalize agreements for 300 China orders & commitments

Boeing, COMAC to partner on 737 completion and delivery center in China

Additional cooperation with Chinese supplier AVIC

New initiative to develop sustainable aviation biofuel to reduce carbon emissions


EVERETT, Wash., Sept. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) today welcomed China President Xi Jinping to its widebody commercial airplane factory and announced several agreements that will broaden and deepen mutually beneficial cooperation between Boeing and China.

The agreements include orders and commitments for 300 Boeing narrowbody and widebody aircraft and expanded collaboration between Boeing and China's commercial aviation industry.

Together, Boeing and China committed to further advance development of China's commercial aviation industry and meet strategic business objectives for Boeing in the world's largest airplane market going forward.

President Xi, accompanied by Boeing executives, viewed final assembly lines for the 787 Dreamliner, 777 and 747-8, as well as aircraft components made by Chinese aviation suppliers. The president also spoke with Boeing employees and the 787 chief pilot about their work on airplanes built for Chinese carriers.

Boeing President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg said Boeing appreciated China's continued trust and confidence. "Today's visit by President Xi represents a new chapter in the valuable relationship between Boeing and China," Muilenburg said. "Boeing is committed to further strengthening and deepening our partnership with China in mutually beneficial ways that will bring positive outcomes to Boeing and our Chinese partners."

"Boeing will continue to work closely with our customers, suppliers and other stakeholders in China to support the long-term growth of China's aviation industry and jobs here in the United States," said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner.

Agreements announced today include:

Boeing and National Development Reform Commission (NDRC)

Boeing and NDRC have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will advance their long-term strategic cooperation through several "Pillars of Partnership." These pillars include:
Industrial cooperation
Continued development of a world-class aviation transportation system through deliveries to China of Boeing airplanes and services
Development of technologies to reduce aviation's environmental impact and enhance sustainability
Leadership development and training for the next generation of leaders in China's aviation industry
Continued cooperation to support the safety, efficiency and capacity of China's air transport system

Orders and Commitments for Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Boeing and China Aviation Supplies Holding Company (CASC) have signed a General Terms Agreement related to the purchase of 300 airplanes. The package has a value of approximately $38 billion at list prices.

Aircraft orders and commitments include:
(240) airplanes for Chinese airlines, including (190) 737s and 50 widebody aircraft
(60) 737s for leasing companies ICBC and CDB Leasing

"Boeing airplanes have played an important role in supporting the development of China's aviation transportation for the past 40 years," said Li Hai, president of China Aviation Supplies Holding Company. "These additional airplanes will further help connect the people in China and around the world."

"China is a critical international market for commercial airplanes," said Conner. "We thank our Chinese customers for selecting fuel-efficient Boeing airplanes to meet their fleet growth and expansion."

Orders are posted on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries website after all contingencies are cleared.

737 Completion and Delivery Center in China

Boeing and Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd., (COMAC) will partner to open a facility in China for the interiors completion, paint and delivery of Boeing 737 aircraft to Chinese customers. The joint venture facility will significantly expand Boeing's collaboration with China's aviation industry while also enabling future production rate increases at Boeing's 737 final assembly factory in Renton, Wash. This China-based facility will not reduce 737 Program employment in Washington State.

"Boeing is expanding our longstanding relationship with Chinese industry to meet vital goals for our company: We are bringing the Boeing 737 closer to our Chinese customers, supporting rising 737 production rates and enhancing our access to China's dynamic and fast-growing aviation market," said Conner. "The 737 will be a cornerstone of the Chinese fleet for years to come, and we look forward to delivering 737s to Chinese customers in China."

COMAC Vice President Wu Guanghui said: "The new collaboration between Boeing and COMAC will help advance the Chinese commercial transportation market in a better and faster way, and will benefit the development of supporting Chinese industries related to aircraft completion as well as the global growth of China's civil aviation business."

Boeing, COMAC and Chinese government officials are working toward a final business agreement and will announce the facility's location and timing of first deliveries at a later date. Boeing, now building a record 42 737s per month, will increase production to 47 airplanes per month in 2017 and 52 airplanes per month in 2018 to meet strong demand for the 737, the world's most fuel-efficient single-aisle airplane.

Boeing and Aviation Industry Corp. of China (AVIC)

Boeing and Aviation Industry Corp. of China (AVIC) will broaden their long-term collaboration to support Boeing's commercial airplane programs. In a framework agreement, the companies said they intend to further advance AVIC's manufacturing capabilities by adding major component and assembly work packages; strengthening leadership; and developing AVIC's broad aviation infrastructure and business practices, including supply chain management.

"Our companies have committed to work together to expand Boeing and China's mutually beneficial supplier-partner relationship," said Kent Fisher, vice president and general manager, Supplier Management, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Broadening and deepening our long-term collaboration demonstrates Boeing's continued commitment to China and our continued trust in AVIC's ability to meet Boeing's stringent requirements for high quality and on-time delivery. In addition, AVIC has been a great role model for Partnering for Success, using Lean manufacturing techniques to increase the affordability of our airplanes."

"Boeing's commitment to increase AVIC's statement of work will help enhance our manufacturing capabilities, capacity and efficiency, which will contribute to improving the competitiveness of Boeing airplanes," said Geng Ruguang, executive vice president, AVIC. "We look forward to strengthening our partnership even more as we work together to address the win-win opportunities presented in a rapidly growing market for commercial airplanes."

Further development of sustainable aviation biofuel

Under the framework of the MOU between Boeing and NDRC, Boeing and NDRC announced a new initiative to turn agricultural waste in China into sustainable aviation biofuel. Boeing will partner with NDRC to turn items from farms, such as corn cobs and wheat stalks, into sustainable jet fuel as a way to reduce aviation's carbon emissions.

"Biofuel collaboration between Boeing and Chinese partners is a prime example of how we are determined to make progress on environmental challenges that no company or country can solve alone," said Ian Thomas, president, Boeing China. "Together, we're finding innovative ways to support China's aviation industry and help build a sustainable future."

When produced sustainably, aviation biofuel reduces carbon emissions by 50 to 80 percent on a lifecycle basis compared to conventional petroleum jet fuel, according to studies by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Boeing has partnered with Chinese stakeholders to support development of China's air transport system since President Richard Nixon arrived in Beijing on Air Force One, a Boeing 707, in 1972. Today, more than 50 percent of commercial jetliners operating in China are Boeing airplanes. Over the next 20 years, China will be Boeing's largest commercial airplane market with a projected need for 6,330 new airplanes, worth an estimated $950 billion.

Boeing is the largest international customer of China's aviation manufacturing industry, with suppliers playing a role in 737, 747, 767, 777 and 787 Dreamliner production. Boeing works with Chinese industry, universities and other institutions to develop sustainable aviation biofuel and improve air-traffic system efficiency.

For more information, see www.boeing.com

Contact:
Jessica Kowal
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Communications
+1 206-660-6849
[email protected]

Yukui Wang
Boeing China Communications
+86 10 5925 5588
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Lot's of text,

summary relevant to the 737 thread:

- Chinese airlines and leasing companies order 250x 737s. 190x for airlines, 60x for leasing companies. These are new orders that will be firmed up later, no breakdown of NGs & MAX is given.

- Boeing opens completion and delivery center in China, in cooperation with Comac. The location and opening date still have to be decided.
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Old September 25th, 2015, 03:59 AM   #826
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Some more B737s I've seen at SFO... soon, I will see Copa Airlines for myself.

Alaska Airlines B737-400 (reg. N799AS)


IMG_3726 by Anthony Nachor, on Flickr

American Airlines B737-800 (WL) (reg. N964AN)


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Southwest Airlines B737-700 (WL), second livery (reg. N258WN)


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Southwest Airlines B737-700 (WL), third livery (reg. N361SW)


IMG_4371 by Anthony Nachor, on Flickr

Sun Country Airlines B737-800 (Scimitar WL) (reg. N820SY)


IMG_4424 by Anthony Nachor, on Flickr

United Airlines B737-800 (Scimitar WL) (reg. N33286)


IMG_3486 by Anthony Nachor, on Flickr
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Old September 25th, 2015, 09:39 PM   #827
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First 737 Max Nonstop Transatlantic announced.

2017 from Cork to JFK and Cork to Boston. Norwegian Air Shuttle will fly the route along with a Cork - Barcelona service.

Norwegian intended to kick off Cork - Boston in 2016 with a 737-800 but that will surely have to refuel in Gander westbound as it is flying into the teeth of the jetstream. The 737-8 max should make it to Boston or JFK non stop and if they are ever caught short for fuel they are flying over Gander anyway.

Not clear whether the 2016 launch will be a summer service only to start with as often happens between the US and Ireland. Much busier route May-Sept than October-March.

Norwegian get their first Max 8 in 2017, a full 2 years before Ryanair get their first dwarf cattle class only version of the same Max 8 called the Max 200 as it has 20 extra seats and half the toilets of a Max 8. Anyway they fell out last year (and before that when they chased Wizz out of Cork).

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Press Release • Sep 25, 2015 12:44 BST

Cork to Boston services planned for May 2016 and Cork to New York planned for 2017

Norwegian, Europe’s third largest low-cost airline, has today announced plans to launch new direct low-cost transatlantic services from Cork to Boston and New York – the new routes will be the only transatlantic flights to operate from Cork Airport. A new Cork to Barcelona route will also be launched.

The new routes will be operated under Norwegian’s Irish subsidiary Norwegian Air International Ltd (NAI) and form part of the airline’s plans for continued expansion in the UK and Ireland.

The new short and long-haul routes announced today include:
A Cork to Boston service planned for May 2016 with 4-5 flights per week
A Cork to New York service planned for 2017
A Cork to Barcelona service planned from May 2016 with 4-5 flights per week

The new long-haul routes from Cork to Boston and New York will be serviced by B737-800 aircraft and the new B737MAX for which Norwegian Air International will be Boeings European launch customer.
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While Etihad Airways Cargo | Boeing 747-400F landing at VABB/BOM - As seen Jet Airways | 737-800 & Air India | Boeing 747-400 in background

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United is the first airline to have Split Scimitar Winglets on the 737-700 Source : Airliners.net Twitter page
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Boeing and China finalize agreements for 300 China orders and commitments, Boeing and COMAC to partner on 737 completion and delivery center in China..


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Even more B737s at SFO lately...

American Airlines B737-800 (WL), old livery (reg. N887NN)


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American Airlines B737-800 (WL), new livery (reg. N842NN)


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Copa Airlines B737-800 (Scimitar WL) (reg. HP-1838CMP)


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Southwest Airlines B737-300 (reg. N694SW)


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United Airlines B737-800 (Scimitar WL) (reg. N11206)


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When is Boeing B737max Rolling out ? I am excited to see it rolling out since I saw it in FAL !!!
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Who knows? Only Boeing. Should be out this year.

2nd 737 MAX8 test frame will enter FAL soon.
LN5668 1A002 36989. This will be also Southwest Airlines' frame.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...page=250#gid=6
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Who knows? Only Boeing. Should be out this year.

2nd 737 MAX8 test frame will enter FAL soon.
LN5668 1A002 36989. This will be also Southwest Airlines' frame.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...page=250#gid=6

It was in Position 6 last week. 3 more positions to go. Will roll straight to Paint in the middle of the night. So I would suspect at least 4-6 more weeks before we see the Official roll out.
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Some new 737's taken over the past week at BFI & PAE.

N62892 United Airlines Boeing 737-900 - C/N 42195 / LN 5620 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

B-7105 Fuzhou Airlines Boeing 737-800 - C/N 61321 / LN 5612 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

Royal Thai Air Force Boeing 737-800 - C/N 62445 / LN 5609 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

N487AS Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-900 - C/N 44108 / LN 5597 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

ZS-ZWF Kulula.com Boeing 737-800 - C/N 40856 / LN 5606 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

N847DN Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-900 - C/N 31958 / LN 5604 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

HP-1849CMP Copa Airlines Boeing 737-800 - C/N 41449 / LN 5607 ConnectMiles.com Livery by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

VH-YFU Virgin Australia Boeing 737-800 - C/N 41029 / LN 5600 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

9V-MGN SilkAir Boeing 737-800 - C/N 44230 / LN 5596 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

HL8015 Jin Air Boeing 737-800 - C/N 42061 / LN 5617 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

LV-FVO Aerolineas Argentinas Boeing 737-800 - C/N 41356 / LN 5550 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

B-1525 China Southern Airlines Boeing 737-800 - C/N 41611 / LN 5548 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

B-1519 Shenzhen Airlines Boeing 737-800 - C/N 40828 / LN 5496 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

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737 MAX8 cockpit:

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