Boeing has won an order for up to 35 737 MAX planes from the new Caribbean airline, Arajet. Meet Boeing’s new customer, Arajet, a carrier launching operations in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, that will operate with an all-737 MAX fleet. Arajet, Boeing’s new...
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Ireland’s Ryanair and Boeing have announced an order for 75 additional 737-8-200 aircraft for Ryanair, Boeing’s largest European customer for the aircraft. The deal comes in the wake of the FAA approval for re-entry of the aircraft into service in the US but before...
Boeing reported its October orders and deliveries, including 12 more cancellations for the 737 MAX. Four of the canceled orders were from CDB Leasing, one from Smartwings (owner of Czech Airlines), three from Oman Air, and four from an undisclosed buyer. In 2020, the...
There is joy in Seattle as Boeing has finally generated a new order for the 737 MAX. The order comes from an existing MAX customer. Enter Air, a low-cost carrier in Poland, placed an order for two MAX 8 and two options. The company currently operates a fleet of...
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