Sunday, 18 November 2018

Ryanair fleet grows to 452 Boeing 737-800 aircraft

                                               
Ryanair Boeing 737-800
Irish budget carrier Ryanair fleet Boeing 737-800 has grown to 452 aircraft with the delivery of two brand new 737-800 aircraft this week. 

I understand the carrier is due to take delivery of a further two new Boeing 737-800 aircraft in the coming weeks completing its order book which commenced in March 1998 .

Ryanair is the largest global operator of the Boeing 737-800 aircraft. A total of 567 aircraft have been delivered net of disposals including lease returns of 115 aircraft.

EI-GXK Boeing 737-800 MSN 44860 Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 14 November.

EI-GXL Boeing 737-800 MSN 44857 Delivered Boeing Field to Dublin 16 November.

Separately the carrier transferred a further two Boeing 737-800 aircraft to sister carrier Ryanair Sun headquarted in Warsaw.

SP-RSM MSN 44791 positioned London Stansted to Warsaw Modlin 15 November ex EI-FZX.

SP-RSR MSN 44799 positioned London Stansted to Warsaw Modin 15 November ex EI-GDB.

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Fourth Boeing 737 MAX 8 for Ethiopian Airlines delivered through Dublin Airport

                                               

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 
Ethiopian Airlines has taken delivery of the fourth of 30 Boeing 737 Max aircraft on order.

ET-AVJ Boeing 737 MAX 8 MSN 62450 'Ethiopian 9201' was delivered Boeing Field to Dublin on 15 November arriving in Dublin 16 November at 0631 local. The aircraft departed Dublin 2131 local arriving Addis Ababa next day.

The first aircraft ET-AVM was delivered through Dublin on 1st July , the second aircraft  ET-AVL MSN 62447 was delivered on 30th August, the third ET-AVI Boeing 737-8 MAX MSN 62448 on 24th September.

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam said "We are glad to include the Boeing 737 MAX 8, the latest in Boeing's single-aisle series, in our young and modern fleet of over 100 aircraft with an average age of less than five years. As a customer-centric airline with a high adaptability to emerging technologies, Ethiopian has been pioneering latest-technology aircraft into Africa throughout its 72-year history. In line with the airline's growth targets under Vision 2025, we will keep on investing in further expansion of our fleet in acquiring the latest aircraft the industry has to offer."

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