Saturday, 30 January 2016

Ryanair takes delivery of a record six Boeing 737-800s this week

                                                 
Image of Ryanair Sky Interior courtesy of Adam Kasza

Irish budget Ryanair this week received a record six brand new Boeing 737-800's becoming the largest number delivered in a single week to the carrier under the terms of it's 2013 Boeing Contract to purchase the 183 new Boeing 737-800 over a five year period from fiscal 2015 to 2019 bringing it's fleet to 326 737-800 aircraft.

The transaction value of these six brand new 737-800s is $488.4 million based on Ryanair's 2015 annual report listing each aircraft at $78.5 million plus $2.9 million for buyer furnished equipment.

All new aircraft deliveries are fitted with new slime-line seats and Boeing Sky Interior offering bins that pivot up and out of the way, sculpted sidewalls and LED lighting in the cabin to give the appearance of a soft blue sky overhead as part of a series of initiatives rolled out in "Always Getting Better" programme.

EI-FOC Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS(WL) construction number 44714 First Flight 15 December 2015 Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 26 January.

EI-FOD Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS(WL) construction number 44715 First Flight 9 January Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 23 January.

EI-FOE Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS(WL) construction number 44713 First Flight 16 January Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 27 January.

EI-FOF Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS(WL) construction number 44716 First Flight 18 January Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 28 January.

EI-FOH Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS(WL) construction number 44717 First Flight 20 January Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 29 January.

EI-FOI Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS(WL) construction number 44712 First Flight 22 January Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 30 January.

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