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FAA Awards Type Certification to the Boeing 737 MAX 8
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has awarded the Boeing 737 MAX 8 a Type Certificate, allowing the first-developed and first-certified 737 MAX version to enter commercial service. Read more
According to Boeing, Vietjet's order is the largest single purchase of commercial aircraft in Vietnam's history. Read more
Chinese carrier Okay Airways has announced a commitment for 12 new Boeing 737s, including eight MAX 8s, three 737 MAX 9s and one 737-900ER. Read more
Successful completion of the first 737 MAX 8 flight begins a comprehensive flight-test program which Boeing expects to lead to certification and first 737 MAX 8 delivery to launch customer Southwest Airlines in the third quarter of 2017. Read more
Boeing has created a stir on the second day of the Paris Air Show 2015 by announcing orders and commitments for 192 aircraft from its 737 MAX and 737NG families, from five customers. Leading the way is AerCap, which has announced a firm order for 100 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. Read more
With this order, the Irish low-cost carrier now has unfilled orders for 174 Boeing 737-800s and 100 737 MAX 200s. It also holds options on 100 more 737 MAX 200s. Ryanair is the biggest customer for the 737-800, ordering more than 530 throughout its history. Read more
The new Boeing 737-900ER jets, four of which are scheduled for delivery in 2016 and two in 2017, bring Seattle-based Alaska Airlines' total of locally manufactured jets on order to 79. All of them will be Boeing 737s. Read more
BOC Aviation has finalized an order for two additional Boeing 737-800s, in a deal which Boeing values at $186 million at current list prices. Read more
The carrier's latest order brings Alaska Airlines' total of Boeing 737s on order to 74, including 37 737-900ERs, 20 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and 17 737 MAX 9s. Read more
Ethiopian Airlines has revealed itself as the customer for a firm order for 20 Boeing 737 MAX 8s, the carrier also securing options and purchase rights for 15 more 737 MAX 8 jets. Read more
The commitment, which Boeing values at more than $5.1 billion at current list prices, will be subject to the approval of the Chinese government and will be posted on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries website once all contingencies are cleared, according to the manufacturer. Read more
Monarch Airlines has announced it is in the process of finalizing terms and working towards a purchase agreement for 30 737 Boeing MAX 8s, marking the start of a single-aisle fleet transition for Monarch to Boeing jets. Read more
Boeing values Belavia's Boeing 737-800 order at $272 million at current list prices. It is Belavia's first direct purchase of Boeing jets from the manufacturer. Read more
Eastern Air Lines Group, Inc. says it has signed an initial order and placed deposits with Boeing for 10 Boeing 737-800s, and has secured purchase rights for 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. This appears to contradict Eastern's January 28 statement that it would operate leased Airbus A319s and A320s. Read more
United Airlines' milestone 737-900ER sports a special logo marking the fact that it is the 8,000th Boeing 737 to be produced. Read more
The order, which the manufacturer values at $6.5 billion at list prices, consists of 33 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and 28 737 MAX 9 jets. Air Canada has also secured option on 18 more 737 MAX aircraft and rights to purchase another 30 737 MAXs. Read more
Japan Transocean Air's new aircraft are scheduled to enter into service from 2016. As part of the agreement, JTA will have the flexibility to re-specify aircraft in its order as Boeing 737 MAX jets should it wish. Read more
South African carrier Comair Limited has announced it placed an order in December for eight Boeing 737 MAX 8s, which the manufacturer values at $830 million at list prices. Read more
Indian carrier SpiceJet has announced it was the airline that placed a firm order for 42 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets previously listed on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries website as being for an unannounced customer. Read more