Boeing received orders for 396 aircraft at the Farnborough International Airshow 2012

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Were you impressed by the orders of Airbus at Farnborough International Airshow 2012? Well, Boeing has exceeded any expectations.

Customers have announced orders and commitments for 396 of aircraft, evaluated at approx 37 billion. These are the figures presented by Boeing following the Farnborough International Airshow 2012. Thus, in 2012 Boeing registered orders for 694 of aircraft.

Boeing received orders for 396 aircraft

An impressive number of aircraft were requested by UNITED Airlines - 150 Boeing 737 aircraft (100 Boeing 737-9 MAX and 50 Boeing 737-900ER Next Generation units). A great order comes from GECAS - 100 of Boeing 737 aircraft. neither Air Lease Corporation Doesn't Get Abandoned - 75 by Boeing 737 MAX Units. Avolon ordered 25 from Boeing 737 aircraft (10 Boeing 737-8 MAX, 5 Boeing 737-9 MAX and 10 Boeing 737-800 Next). ALAFCO commissioned 20 from Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

Boeing opened the FIA ​​2012 with the first flight DON'T Dreamliner Qatarand Korean Air unveiled the interior of the new Boeing 737-900ER. Also at Farnborough International Airshow 2012, Boeing unveiled an aircraft Boeing 737-800 American Airlines ecoDemonstrator, which comes equipped with the latest eco technologies.

July 5 orders:

service Quantity and model List price evaluation Status of Construction
Virgin Australia (NEXT) NEXT MAX Not disclosed Order
Air Lease Corporation (ALC) (NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

(NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

$ 7.2 billion Order
GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) (NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

(25) Next-Generation 737-800

$ 9.2 billion Commitment
ALAFCO (20) Boeing 737 MAX 8 $ 1.9 billion Commitment
Avolon (NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

(NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

(10) Next-Generation 737-800

$ 2.3 billion Commitment
United Airlines (NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

(50) Next-Generation 737-900ER

$ 14.7 billion Order
Unidentified customer (3) 737-800 $ 253 million Order

As you can see, the Boeing 737 family was the most sought after FIA2012.

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