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Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: Atlflyer
Posted 2013-05-23 12:59:05 and read 15123 times.

Boeing added 101 new 737 orders this week and reduced net 737 orders by 24 so the total for unidentified 737 customers stands at 155. Any idea who this is?

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: rotating14
Posted 2013-05-23 13:09:39 and read 15029 times.

Im guessing Fly Dubai and or Easy Jet

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: ER757
Posted 2013-05-23 13:34:24 and read 14766 times.

chances are we'll find out during the Paris Air Show

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: goosebayguy
Posted 2013-05-23 13:40:43 and read 14690 times.

RyanAir for me. They need new planes.

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: Atlflyer
Posted 2013-05-23 16:20:04 and read 14043 times.

Quoting goosebayguy (Reply 3):

They already ordered 175 737NG right?

[Edited 2013-05-23 16:58:13]

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: Mikey86
Posted 2013-05-23 19:40:49 and read 12474 times.

What about American Airlines?

Do they have enough new aircraft on order to replace their Mad Dogs?

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: brilondon
Posted 2013-05-23 20:13:02 and read 12055 times.

Maybe AC is looking for replacing their Airbus fleet and want to emulate WS in their business model. Or seriously I wonder if it is Easyjet or a leasing company, to be placed with a contracted carrier. There have not been much noise from leasing companies lately.

I doubt if there will be any orders from the likes of AA or DL. WN could be looking to replace their older 737s with newer 737s.

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: n1786b
Posted 2013-05-23 20:13:30 and read 12055 times.

Dominic Gates posted the following breakdown:

"Boeing posted firm orders for 107 jets Thursday, including 21 conversions of existing 737 orders to the future 737 MAX model. There were also three 737 cancelations, for a net increase of 83 new orders. "


http://seattletimes.com/html/busines...gy/2021045398_boeingordersxml.html

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: Stitch
Posted 2013-05-23 20:37:16 and read 11766 times.

Quoting Mikey86 (Reply 7):
What about American Airlines?

Do they have enough new aircraft on order to replace their Mad Dogs?

They have 130 A319-100s and A321-200s coming via lease, plus 100 737-800s coming via firm order in the near term. They also have a score or two of 737-800s due from earlier orders.

In the long-term, they have 130 A320neo and 100 737MAX on firm order.

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: RyanairGuru
Posted 2013-05-23 20:41:17 and read 11718 times.

Quoting ER757 (Reply 2):
chances are we'll find out during the Paris Air Show

  

Quoting n1786b (Reply 9):
Boeing posted firm orders for 107 jets Thursday, including 21 conversions of existing 737 orders to the future 737 MAX model

If it didn't include MAX I would have guessed FR, MOL was in Chicago this week...

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: columba
Posted 2013-05-23 23:23:38 and read 10205 times.

Quoting rotating14 (Reply 1):
Easy Jet

Could be a possibility, would be a huge win for Boeing

Topic: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: 817Dreamliiner
Posted 2013-05-23 23:24:50 and read 10193 times.

Quoting Mikey86 (Reply 7):
What about American Airlines?

Nope, they've already firmed their order for 100 737 MAX aircraft (along with their 787 order) earlier this year:

American Firms 143 Aircraft With Boeing (by 817Dreamliiner Feb 7 2013 in Civil Aviation)

Plus:

Quoting Stitch (Reply 11):
They have 130 A319-100s and A321-200s coming via lease
Quoting Stitch (Reply 11):
plus 100 737-800s coming via firm order in the near term. They also have a score or two of 737-800s due from earlier orders.

and also:

Quoting Stitch (Reply 11):
In the long-term, they have 130 A320neo

I think 50 of those UFO 737 orders are for Jet Airways.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: frigatebird
Posted 2013-05-23 23:56:18 and read 9838 times.

We should look for a customer with at least 21 737NG still to be delivered, probably a bunch more, from 2015 onwards, and with a need for another 40 frames extra (assuming the order for 61 MAX is from one customer). There are not that many I can think of really... FR surely springs to mind, but I would think THEY will order at least 100... How about China Eastern? Or Spicejet? GOL? Perhaps even Lion... But it could very well also be a leasing company. Guess we'll know at the Paris air show.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: tkukucka
Posted 2013-05-23 23:56:23 and read 9837 times.

All for easy jet.lol probably for jet and a few conversions.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: ZKCIF
Posted 2013-05-24 00:23:07 and read 9591 times.

Does EasyJet have 737NG to convert to MAX?!

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: frigatebird
Posted 2013-05-24 00:34:25 and read 9468 times.

Easyjet only has Airbus CEO on order, no 737NGs. Don't think it's them.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: rotating14
Posted 2013-05-24 00:45:09 and read 9350 times.

Its not GOL, as they just placed an order last year.

http://seattletimes.com/html/boeinga...space/2019316423_gol737maxxml.html

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: himmat01
Posted 2013-05-24 02:33:54 and read 8532 times.

There were rumours floating around that 9W is adding 101 B737s and the order will be formally announced at the Paris Airshow.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: garpd
Posted 2013-05-24 02:43:10 and read 8433 times.

Quoting ER757 (Reply 2):
chances are we'll find out during the Paris Air Show

Boeing have traditionally not waited for either of the big air shows to announce orders.
Having said that, their customer might want to do so though.

Time will tell.

My guess is it's an existing 737 customer with a new order.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: KC135TopBoom
Posted 2013-05-24 05:42:51 and read 7068 times.

http://seattletimes.com/html/busines...gy/2021045398_boeingordersxml.html

"The net impact on the 737 order book was 16 new orders for the current 737NGs and 61 orders for the forthcoming 737 MAXs."

So, who needs 16 new B-737NGs? Who needs up to 61 B-737MAXs, assuming this order is from 1 carrier or leasing company?

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: AA777223
Posted 2013-05-24 06:17:38 and read 6665 times.

Quoting Mikey86 (Reply 5):

What about American Airlines?

Do they have enough new aircraft on order to replace their Mad Dogs?
Quoting Stitch (Reply 8):
They have 130 A319-100s and A321-200s coming via lease, plus 100 737-800s coming via firm order in the near term. They also have a score or two of 737-800s due from earlier orders.

In the long-term, they have 130 A320neo and 100 737MAX on firm order.

Yeah, I think those 460 new A/C coming in the next several years, in addition to the 200 738s they already have, should satisfy their narrowbody fleet needs for a while.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: kgaiflyer
Posted 2013-05-24 10:01:50 and read 4701 times.

Quoting brilondon (Reply 6):
Maybe AC is looking for replacing their Airbus fleet and want to emulate WS in their business model.

Meaning the workers will become the owners? Seriously?

A similar business strategy in the 80s turned into an epic failure at alliance-sister United Airlines.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: EY460
Posted 2013-05-25 06:54:59 and read 2695 times.

Could the order be for a Chinese carrier? Almost at the same time, there is the Airbus top up order from Air China and Shenzhen, and they operate a mixed fleet.

Topic: RE: Boeing Books 101 New 737 Orders For Whom?
Username: SQ22
Posted 2013-05-25 09:27:33 and read 2408 times.

Quoting EY460 (Reply 22):
Could the order be for a Chinese carrier? Almost at the same time, there is the Airbus top up order from Air China and Shenzhen, and they operate a mixed fleet.

Exactly my thought.


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