Boeing marks the 40 for the Farnborough International Airshow for years

Boeing marks 40 for Farnborough International Airshow, orders worth 40 billion

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At this year's Farnborough International Airshow Aviation Show, Boeing has marked 40 years of presence, participating with the most innovative technologies and airplanes.

In the Farnborough International Airshow, Boeing introduced a DO NOT MAX by 200 places, with 11 more than the previous version. New generation of 737 MAX airplanes promise fuel consumption with 20% lower compared to current NEXT Next Generation. The 777X program was not neglected either, with the American manufacturer coming up with new details about the interior of the planes.

Following the event, Boeing drew the line and announced orders and commitments for 201 aircraft valued at $ 40.2 billion, bringing the number of net orders for 2014 to 783 units.

Customer

Quantity / Model

Value at list prices

Status of Construction

Monarch Airlines

(NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

$ 3.1 billion

Commitment

Okay Airlines

(NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

(4) 737-800

$ 980 million

Order no

Avolon

(6) 787-9

(NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

$ 2 billion

Commitment

Air Lease Corp.

(NOTHING) NOTHING-NOTHING

(NEXT) NEXT MAX

$ 3.9 billion

Order no

Intrepid

(NOTHING) NOTHING-NOTHING

$ 1.9 billion

Order no

TIC

(10) 787-9

$ 2.5 billion

Order no

Air Algerie

(2) 737-700C

$ 152 million

Order no

Qatar Airways

(NOTHING) NOTHING-NOTHING

(4) 777 Freighters

$ 20.1 billion

777X - Order

777F - Commitment

MG Aviation

(2) 787-9

$ 499 million

Order no

Hainan Airlines

(NOTHING) NOTHING MAX NOTHING

$ 5.1 billion

Commitment

Total Orders and
Commitments

NO ONE airplanes

$ 40.2 billion

Also at the Farnborough Airshow 2014, a 14-20 air show July 2014, an aircraft Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner performed. Specifically, Mike Byran and Randy Neville made the aircraft "dance" under the curious eyes of those present.

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