Airlines and Aviation
Rynair places an order valued at US$11 billion for 100 Boeing 737 MAX 200s, with an option to buy 100 more of the technologically advanced aircraft. The airline is the airplanes launch customers.
Low cost Irish air carrier Ryanair has finalized an order for 100 Boeing 737 Max 200s, with an option to buy 100 more.
Designed in responce to the fuel efficient needs of budget airlines, the airliner can accommodate more seats and will allow for up to 5% lower operating costs.
"The 737 MAX 200 will be a excellent addition to Ryanair's all-Boeing fleet, providing the additional capacity, improved economics and high-levels of reliability that are required for its continued expansion," says Todd Nelp, Vice President of European Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
"Our long-term partnership with Ryanair is a source of immense pride within Boeing and we are delighted to have the airline as the launch customer for the 737 MAX 200."
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