"Ryanair is proud to partner with Boeing and has operated an all-Boeing fleet since 1994," said Ryanair's Chief Operations Officer, Mick Hickey. Adding, "Our current order of 737-800s and the 737-MAX 200 'Game changer' will allow us to grow our fleet to 585 aircraft and our passenger numbers to 200 million per annum by 2024, maintaining our position as Europe's largest, and greenest and cleanest airline."

Boeing and Ryanair both celebrated the delivery of today’s airline's 450th Next-Generation 737-800. This particular meaningful milestone has been achieved no more than two decades, due to the Irish low-cost exporter. Since 1999, the Irish exporter exported an average delivery of 25 737-800s per delivery. Ryanair is the launch customer for Next-Generation 737-800s with more than 80 voided orders, but also for the 737 MAX 200, with 100 voided orders. The 737 MAX 200 can contain up to 200 seats, increasing potential income and offering airlines with up to 20 percent better fuel effectiveness per seat than today's most well-organized single-aisle airplanes.

"Ryanair has consistently demonstrated the outstanding economic, reliability and safety capabilities of the Next-Generation 737-800, using this airplane as the foundation to become one of the biggest airlines in the world," said Monty Oliver, vice president, European Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "To deliver the 450th 737-800 is truly a significant milestone in both companies shared history and we look forward to supporting Ryanair on the next phase of its incredible journey with the introduction of the 737 MAX 200." Ryanair transported 119 million passengers last year with 1,800 daily flights to more than 200 destinations. The Dublin based carrier is the largest 737-800 customer in the world and the largest Boeing operator in Europe.

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In early April 2017 Boeing, in collaboration with Mongolian Airlines, announced its decision to lease two 737 AX airplanes from Avolon, a global aircraft leasing company. This new addition comes as the airlines hopes to improve its single-aisle fleet in the coming years.

President and CEO of Mongolian Airlines, Tamir Tumurbaatar states, “The 737 MAX will become a cornerstone in our fleet modernization strategy as we look to introduce new airplanes to our customers in the years to come. These fuel-efficient airplanes will help us realize our goals of driving down operational costs and expanding the regional network, while also providing our valued customers and passengers with an unmatched flying experience.”

This new advancement is planned to connect Mongolia with the rest of the world when it comes to air transportation services. They want to make sure they are able to compete by offering the highest quality, reliability and efficiency. These new aircrafts would join the already existing fleet of Mongolian airlines, which consists of three Next-Generation 737s and two 767 airplanes.

The Mongolian airline is projected to operate the 737 MAX airplanes on the routes to South Korea, China, Japan, Russia and Germany, which are already pre-existing routes. It also plans to make these aircrafts a part of the future routes that ill be added on.

Tumurbaatar continues, “We will commence a new scheduled flight to Busan, South Korea beginning this summer and increase frequency for all flights toward Asian and European destinations to accommodate our peak travel season while continuously looking for new possibilities to open new markets in the coming years.” All three organizations, Boeing, Avolon and Monoglian Airlines are all very pleased with this major decision.

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Qatar Airways has ordered 10 Boeing 777-8X jetliners at the Paris Air Show, increasing the total orders for the 777X family to a number of 60. In addition, Qatar Airways will also be ordering four 777F freighters. The 14 total firm contracts are worth a total of $4.8 billion.

The Boeing 777X is a new series of the Boeing 777 family that is currently under development. The 777X will have two variants-the 777-8X and the 777-9X. This new family of aircraft will feature new engines, new composite wings, and technologies from the Boeing 787. The aircraft family is intended to be a direct competitor with the Airbus A350.

The 777-8X will feature a seating for about 350 passengers in a three-class configuration, a length that is between the 777-200ER and 777-300ER, and will have a range of 9,300 nmi (17,200 km) or more. The 777-8X is designed to replace the -200LR and serve as a direct competitor to the Airbus A350-1000. This aircraft variant will have its internal cabin width increased to 19 ft 7 in (5.97 m) from the original 19 ft 3 in (5.87 m) width of previous 777 models. The increase in size allows for 10 abreast economy seating with 18.0 in (46 cm) wide seats.

The Boeing Company is an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, and satellites. As one of the top 100 US Federal contractors, Boeing has amounted several billion dollars in government contracts providing aircraft and services to the United States defense system. Approximately 45% of the company’s income comes from Boeing’s Defense, Space and Security division alone with the company meeting over $86 billion in yearly revenue and $92.6 billion in total assets.

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