Ryanair is the largest Boeing 737-800 customer in the world, having ordered more than 530 of the high-selling 737NG version.

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Ryanair has announced that its first route to Israel will link Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport with Ovda Airport, which serves the southern-Israel resort destination of Eilat on the Gulf of Eilat. Ryanair will begin operating twice-weekly service on the route on November 7.

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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.

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Its Boeing 737 MAX 200s will allow Ryanair to expand its fleet to 520 aircraft by 2024 and create 10,000 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers. They will also enable Ryanair to grow traffic from 82 million passengers in 2013 to over 150 million by 2024, according to CEO Michael O’Leary.

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The 737 MAX 200 will be a variant of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 that will accommodate up to 200 seats. In addition to Ryanair’s initial 100-aircraft commitment, which Boeing values at $11 billion at current list prices, Ryanair has secured options to purchase another 100 737 MAX 200s.

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The Boeing 737-800 features the distinctive blue Boeing colors on its fuselage, while Ryanair’s name is featured toward the rear of the aircraft. On the tail is the golden harp logo found on every Ryanair Boeing 737-800.

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By June 20 at the 2013 Paris Air Show, Boeing has won orders and commitments for 442 commercial aircraft in transactions which the manufacturer values at more than $66 billion at list prices.

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The June 19 finalizing of the Ryanair deal brings the total number of Boeing 737 aircraft ordered since production began in the mid-1960s to more than 11,000. Boeing currently has unfilled orders for more than 3,400 737s, all of them either 737NGs or 737 MAX aircraft.

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According to Ryanair, the deal will allow the carrier to grow to more than 400 aircraft, carrying more than 100 million passengers per year across, by the end of the delivery schedule in 2018.

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The airline will take delivery of a total of 37 Boeing 737-800s during 2011 and is the world’s largest operator of the 737-800.

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New research in the UK shows the online reputations of so-called low-fare airlines have nose-dived in recent months, as disquiet grows among customers about misleading charges.

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