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Old April 25th, 2013, 08:56 AM   #121
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Taking a tour of the Boeing 737 factory for AirlineReporter.com today! - BF





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An Unidentified Customer costumer has placed an order for 50 737s.

http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm


It could be the 50 MAX orders for Turkish Airlines, but since that order would also include 20 NGs it's not likely that it's this one. So it's unknown if it's 1 customer or several customers or if it's an NG or a MAX order. Next week we should know the latter with the monthly update of Boeing's order sheet.

Anyway, this order pushes the total 737 orders over the 200 and that's without the Ryanair and Turkish Airlines orders. India's Jet Airways is also talking to Boeing about a big 737 MAX order according to the statements they have made to the Indian government regarding Etihad buying a 24% stake in the company. There are enough firm orders for the 737 to come this year.


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Boeing tweeted that's it's a MAX order.

New order posted this week for 50 #Boeing 737 MAXs to unidentified customer. Total MAX orders stand at 1,235.
https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes/...11193193414657
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Old April 26th, 2013, 12:16 AM   #123
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GOL already firmed up their order. Ryanair already has over two hundred in their fleet. Plus Ryanair already order 175 737-800NGs a couple of weeks ago. It would be cool to see Jet Airways order the MAX. I heard that rumor a couple of days ago. Is there word if Boeing will make a push to sell MAX at any of this year's big airshows since the NEO delievery spots are already taken?
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I'm sure they will announce some new orders, or sign the final contracts to firm up some already announced orders at the Paris airshow.

And it won't necessarily that will choose the MAX because they can't get any neo's on time. There are plenty of big current 737 operators that haven't ordered the MAX or the neo yet. Air Berlin, ANA & JAL, Copa Airlines, the Chinese Airlines, Ryanair, Delta, TUI Travel, KLM/Transavia, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, WestJet could all place orders this year.
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Old April 27th, 2013, 12:27 PM   #126
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Lion Group have 4 different airlines under one roof. Lion Air(JT), Wings Air(IW), Malindo(OD), & Batik Air(ID).

JT= not a pure LCC in Indonesia(CGK as a Main Hub)
IW= props carrier airlines for helping JT, operate ATR's
OD= Malaysian Hybrid's carrier(KUL as a Main Hub)
ID= Full service carrier for compete with Garuda Indonesia(GA) Indonesia's flag carrier.(CGK as a Main Hub)

1st time JT take 744 for serve hajj flight, but somehow JT can't serve hajj flight from Indonesia. but for now JT 744 only serve daily flight CGK-JED as I know.

for OD they have planning to flight to several cities in India, China, and Australia.

and for 200+ airbus order it will deliveries to Lion Group Leasing Company in Singapore.
With ID now, I think I get what Lion is doing in Indonesia now. They seem to be reorganizing itself from the bottom-up. Lion was never quite a pure low-cost carrier because some of their early aircraft had Business Class seating, but it's quite likely that when it was introduced, the market wasn't ready for it yet, and I'd imagine passengers were confused by the meaning of having J class in a LCC. However, with the country growing quickly, the case for a premium product is now justifiable, with Batik Air, which is being positioned to become a full-service carrier. Essentially, Lion Indonesia is moving from single LCC to becoming a full service carrier, Batik Air (a la Virgin Australia), low-cost brand, Lion Air (a la Tiger Australia) and regional operator, Wings Air (SkyWest Australia).
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I'm sure they will announce some new orders, or sign the final contracts to firm up some already announced orders at the Paris airshow.

And it won't necessarily that will choose the MAX because they can't get any neo's on time. There are plenty of big current 737 operators that haven't ordered the MAX or the neo yet. Air Berlin, ANA & JAL, Copa Airlines, the Chinese Airlines, Ryanair, Delta, TUI Travel, KLM/Transavia, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, WestJet could all place orders this year.
I am surprised that Air Berlin has not placed an order yet.
ANA & JAL are ify
Copa Airlines would be a good guess.
Chinese Airlines just placed an order for Airbus
Ryanair already ordered 737-800s
Delta not for a couple of years
KLM is ify too.
Korean air is a good bet
Malaysia Airlines is ify too.
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Ryanair said that there might be a MAX order at the end of the year. Since they currently have 300+ 737-800s in their fleet the new order is not big enough for their needs after 2018 when the last one of their new order will be delivered.

China just ordered 42 A320s, since there are already 750 A320s in operation in China it's just a small top up order consisting only of ceo's. Since the Chinese airlines also operate around 700 737s there will be enough planes to be replaced by big orders for the 737, the A320 and the Comac C919.

And JAL and ANA will definitely go for the MAX, some of their subsidiaries might have gone A320. But the Japanese involvement with Boeing is just too big for both airlines to switch to Airbus on this one. Here the availability also comes into play, Airbus will have to come with a very sweet offer in terms of money and production slots.
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Turkish Airlines has firmed up it's 737 order.

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Boeing, Turkish Airlines Finalize Order for 50 737 MAXs, 20 Next-Generation 737s

ISTANBUL, May 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE:BA) and Turkish Airlines today finalized a firm order for 40 737 MAX 8s, 10 737 MAX 9s and 20 Next-Generation 737-800 jets, valued at $6.9 billion at list prices. The order, originally announced as a commitment last month, also includes options for an additional 25 737 MAX 8s and is the largest Boeing order in Turkish Airlines' history.

"We are delighted to finalize the order, which will considerably expand our fleet and contribute to our continued growth," said Temel Kotil, PhD, President and CEO of Turkish Airlines. "Turkish Airlines is a global airline, serving the most countries worldwide and we are building the strongest network in the world. Our long-standing partnership with Boeing is one of the key factors behind the success of Turkish Airlines."

Today's announcement brings the total number of 737 MAXs ordered to date to 1,285 and Boeing currently has more than 3,100 unfilled orders for 737s.

"Turkish Airlines currently operates more than 85 Next-Generation 737s, which are the foundation of its successful short-haul operations," said Todd Nelp, vice president of European Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Today's announcement demonstrates the confidence Turkish Airlines has in the proven reliability, performance and economics of the Next-Generation 737, while the order for 50 737 MAXs marks a new chapter in their continued fleet expansion, ensuring unrivaled efficiencies and superior passenger comfort."

The 737 MAX builds on the strengths of the world's best-selling Next-Generation 737. The 737 MAX incorporates the latest-technology CFM International LEAP-1B engines to deliver the highest efficiency, reliability and passenger comfort in the single-aisle market. Airlines operating the 737 MAX will see a 13 percent fuel-use improvement over today's most fuel-efficient single-aisle airplanes.

Turkish Airlines currently serves more than 220 cities in 99 countries around the world. In March 2013, the carrier received its 100th direct delivery from Boeing and currently operates Next-Generation 737s and 777-300ER (Extended Range) jets. With today's announcement, Turkish Airlines has 100 Boeing airplanes on order including Next-Generation 737s, 737 MAXs and 777-300ERs.
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http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=2675

The number of 737 MAX orders is now 1,285.
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Boeing booked it's 1st order for the 737 MAX 7, the smallest variant of the MAX series.

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Boeing, Southwest Airlines Announce Launch of 737 MAX 7

SEATTLE, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Southwest Airlines announced today the launch of the 737 MAX 7, the third member of the 737 MAX family. The Dallas-based carrier and launch customer for the 737 MAX program became the first airline to order the 737 MAX 7, when it converted 30 existing orders for Next-Generation 737s into orders for the 737 MAX 7.

Southwest also exercised options to add five more Next-Generation 737-800s to its fleet. These airplanes, along with the 737 MAX 7s, are part of Southwest's ongoing effort to improve fuel efficiency and profitability. The 737 MAX 7 supports Southwest's expanding fleet modernization effort. Southwest is expected to take its first 737 MAX 7 delivery in 2019.

"We are thrilled to announce that Southwest Airlines and Boeing have entered into an agreement for Southwest to be the launch customer for the Boeing MAX 7 series, with deliveries beginning in 2019," said Gary C. Kelly, Southwest Airlines Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO. "The 737 MAX 7 builds on the strengths of today's Next-Generation 737-700, incorporating the latest CFM International LEAP-1B engines is expected to reduce fuel burn and CO2 emissions by an additional 12 percent over today's most fuel-efficient single-aisle airplane."

The 737 MAX 7 brings the most advanced engine technologies to the world's best-selling airplane, building on the strengths of today's Next-Generation 737-700. The 110-ft long airplane incorporates the latest CFM International LEAP-1B engines to deliver improved efficiency with the most reliability and passenger comfort in the single-aisle market. The 737 MAX 7 also will extend the range over today's 737-700 by approximately 400 nautical miles (741 km).

"Southwest has been a valued partner in the evolution of the 737 program," said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner. "We have worked together to launch several models of the 737 including the 737 MAX family in 2011. We are excited to bring the 737 MAX 7 to market with Southwest."

With the MAX 7 conversions and exercised options for 737-800s, Southwest's unfilled orders consist of 180 737 MAX airplanes and 137 Next-Generation 737s. The 737 MAX now has orders for 1,315 airplanes.
Boeing press release:
http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=2676


Even though it's a conversion and not a completely new order Boeing will be very pleased about this since now all 3 versions of the MAX have orders.

The total number of orders for the MAX is now 1,315.
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Way to go Southwest.
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And speaking of Southwest Airlines, some B737s with special liveries I've seen lately...

B737-300, "Arizona One" (reg. N383SW)

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B737-300, "California One" (reg. N609SW)

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B737-700, "Colorado One" (reg. N230WN)

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B737-700, "Florida One" (reg. N945WN)

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B737-700, "Illinois One" (reg. N918WN)

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B737-300, "Lone Star One" (reg. N352SW)

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B737-700, "Maryland One" (reg. N214SW)

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B737-700, "Nevada One" (reg. N727SW)

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B737-700, "New Mexico One" (reg. N781WN)

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B737-700, "Shamu -- SeaWorld Orlando" (reg. N713SW)

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The recent order are now listed on Boeing's order sheet.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm

- Turkish Airlines +70
- Southwest +35 & -30 (they actually cancelled the original 737-700 order to place a completely new 737 MAX 7 and 737-800 order)
- Westjet +10 737-800s

I see that I didn't post the news about the commitment for Westjet that came out just 2 weeks ago. But they have placed an order for 10 737-800s, it's not a MAX for them yet.

They will also sell 10 of their 737-700s in the next couple of years to Southwest Airlines, so the Westjet and the Southwest order seem to be connected in this way.
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Some B737-900s I've seen lately... (Note: two types of B739s exist: the standard (listed as B739) and the ER (listed as B739ER))

Alaska Airlines B739, "Disneyland" (reg. N318AS)

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JetLite B739ER (reg. VT-JLH)

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KLM Royal Dutch B739, "Skyteam Signature" (reg. PH-BXO)

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Lion Air B739ER, "60th Aircraft" (reg. PK-LJO)

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Lion Air B739ER, "70th Aircraft" (reg. PK-LJZ)

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Lion Air B739ER, "Boeing Hybrid" (reg. PK-LFF)

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Somon Air B739ER (reg. P4-TAJ)

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SpiceJet B739ER, "Fenugreek" (reg. VT-SGC)

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Turkish Airlines B739ER, "200th Aircraft" and "We cover more countries than any other airline" (reg. TC-JYI)

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United Airlines B739ER, "Continental Retro" (reg. N75436)

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Very nice pictures. The 737 is a great work horse for many airlines in today's industry.

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Very nice pictures. The 737 is a great work horse for many airlines in today's industry.
Indeed. It, along with the A320 family, is considered one of the best aircraft types ever produced, and with so many airlines operating it, it should be no surprise that the MAX will be the next generation of this successful aircraft family line. I wonder, though, if the B737 will allow wider or more modern seats in First or Business Class, similar to its larger siblings...
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Ryanair agrees to order 175 Boeing 737-800s

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has signed an agreement with Boeing to purchase 175 737-800s valued at $15.6 billion at list prices.

Ryanair’s shareholders must still approve the order before it is finalized. The carrier said around 75 of the 737-800s will be used to replace existing aircraft in its fleet of 305 737s, while the rest will be used for growth. CEO Michael O’Leary said the order will enable Ryanair’s fleet to grow to more than 400 aircraft, all 737s, by March 2019.

While all of the aircraft in the order agreement are 737-800s, Ryanair said in a statement that “it continues to evaluate the benefits of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft, which enters service in 2017.”

O’Leary said the 737-800s will “provide Ryanair with the additional capacity to exploit substantial growth opportunities that currently exist as many of Europe’s flag carrier and smaller airlines are restructuring and reducing their short-haul operations.”
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Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has signed an agreement with Boeing to purchase 175 737-800s valued at $15.6 billion at list prices.

Ryanair’s shareholders must still approve the order before it is finalized. The carrier said around 75 of the 737-800s will be used to replace existing aircraft in its fleet of 305 737s, while the rest will be used for growth. CEO Michael O’Leary said the order will enable Ryanair’s fleet to grow to more than 400 aircraft, all 737s, by March 2019.

While all of the aircraft in the order agreement are 737-800s, Ryanair said in a statement that “it continues to evaluate the benefits of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft, which enters service in 2017.”

O’Leary said the 737-800s will “provide Ryanair with the additional capacity to exploit substantial growth opportunities that currently exist as many of Europe’s flag carrier and smaller airlines are restructuring and reducing their short-haul operations.”
Oh boy, O'Leary truly wants to expand his Ryanair empire even further to serve even more European destinations to new heights. I wonder, though, if the airline is exploring operations between Eastern Europe and the Middle East, particularly to Dubai, Baghdad, Tel Aviv, and other cities.
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Old news, and with the small size of this thread it's not that hard to look back a couple of pages to see if it was already posted.
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On this weeks order update Boeing booked (an) order(s) for 101 737s for an Unidentified Customer(s). It also booked a cancellation for 24 737s, this could mean another conversion to the MAX plus an extra order. But it could also be more then 1 order.
http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm

Boeing has not yet made a tweet about the order update, maybe we some more details when they do.
https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes


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Unidentified orders for 101 737s.
https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes/...96101735641089

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This week’s order total includes 61 MAX airplanes. Total MAX orders now at 1,376.
https://twitter.com/BoeingAirplanes/...96439700054018

So It was more then 1 order, 50 current generation 737s and 61 MAXs.
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