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Boeing delivered its first 737-9 MAX 9 aircraft

The airline Lion Air was the first to receive the aircraft. Boeing and Lion Air today celebrated the first delivery of the Boeing 737-9 MAX 9. The new aircraft, with a capacity of up to 220 passengers and a range of 3,550 nautical miles (6,574 kilometers), will allow the Asian airline based in Indonesia, increase its network of destinations and launch more international routes. The new 737-9 MAX 9 has three additional rows of seats compared to the 737 MAX 8, providing greater capacity and profitability on the routes. Lion…

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Relief for the Airbus A380: Emirates ordered 36 aircraft for 16 billion

The largest international airline in the world placed a large order which means a relief for the current situation of the Airbus A380. Emirates today announced the signing of an order for 36 Airbus A380 aircraft, with 20 firm orders and 16 options, valued at $ 16,000 million ($ 58,700 million from the United Arab Emirates). The Emirates A380 aircraft use GE and Rolls-Royce engines and the airline is now evaluating the engine options for the aircraft of the new order. Emirates owns 101 aircraft Airbus A380, which added to…

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Airbus received the largest order in its history from Indigo Partners

The historic agreement was confirmed yesterday and includes some 430 A320neo aircraft. Indigo Partners, the group that owns four low-cost airlines, signed a historic agreement with the manufacturer Airbus. The order had already been announced at the Dubai Air Show held in November and was finally confirmed yesterday. The order includes 274 A320neo aircraft and 156 A321neo aircraft valued at USD 49.5 billion at the list price. Indigo Partners will use the aircraft in its four low cost airlines: Frontier Airlines (United States), Wizz Air (Hungary), JetSMART (Chile) and Volaris…

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Mauritania Airlines International received its first Boeing 737 MAX 8

The Mauritanian airline became the first to operate the new aircraft on the African continent. The American manufacturer Boeing delivered the first Boeing 737 MAX 8 to an operator in Africa. The airline Mauritania Airlines International received the new aircraft hoping to obtain greater efficiency, scope and comfort for its operations. “We are proud to be the first operator in Africa to operate the 737 MAX,” said Mohamed Radhi Bennahi, executive director of Mauritania Airlines International. “The introduction of the 737 MAX in Mauritania’s growing fleet will help to profitably…

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