Tags: 737 MAX

777 Partners Expands 737 MAX Fleet, Ordering Up To 66 More Fuel-Efficient Jets

New order and commitment takes total order book up to 134 models in 737 MAX family and to enable new low-cost carriers, US investment firm books fifth order for Boeing’s fuel-efficient single-aisle family. FARNBOROUGH, United Kingdom, July 19, 2022 – Boeing and 777 Partners today announced a new order and commitment for up to 66 […]

Boeing to Showcase Newest Jets and Advances in Sustainable and Autonomous Aviation at Farnborough Airshow

Largest 737 MAX to make international debut, joining 777X jet in flying display Airplanes to fly overseas on sustainable fuel; Boeing to unveil sustainability tool CH-47 Chinook, P-8A Poseidon, FA-18E/F among defense platforms on display Wisk Aero’s pilotless, all-electric air taxi to make European debut Boeing [NYSE: BA] will fly the newest and largest members […]

Arajet, New Airline in Caribbean, Orders 20 737 MAX Jets

Aircraft commitments include firm order, options and lease agreements for up to 40 jets Carrier launches in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to operate all-737 MAX fleet Boeing and Arajet announced today the new Caribbean airline has ordered 20 737 MAX airplanes, specifically the high-capacity 737-8-200 model, to deliver low operating costs and expand affordable travel options […]

Norwegian to lease ten new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft

Norwegian has a long-standing relationship with AerCap, the world’s largest aviation leasing company. The signed lease agreements also include eight Boeing 737-800 NG, which are part of the 70 aircraft fleet operational for the summer 2022 season. With these additions, Norwegian will have a total fleet of 80 aircraft by the summer of 2023. “The […]


Allegiant Travel Company announced an agreement with Boeing to purchase 50 new 737 MAX aircraft as part of the airline’s ongoing efforts to modernize and expand its fleet on 5th January, 2022. The multi-year deal – Boeing’s first with an ultra-low-cost carrier in the United States –  includes the purchase of 737-7 and 737-8-200 models, […]

737 MAX Not Expected To Fly Again ’til Mid 2020

Boeing yesterday released a statement advising customers and suppliers they did not expect to see the 737 Max return to service until mid 2020, although the company emphasised this was an estimate with the FAA and other global regulators determining the exact date. The full statement read: ‘As we have emphasized, the FAA and other […]