RYANAIR receives the first Boeing 737 MAX 8200 "Gamechanger"
Ryanair received the first Boeing 737 MAX 8200 "Gamechanger". The aircraft flew overnight from Seattle and landed in Dublin around 18:00 on June 16. This is the first delivery of the firm order of 210 737 MAX aircraft placed by RYANAIR. These revolutionary "Gamechanger" aircraft are an investment in new technology, valued at over $ 22 billion. These new aircraft will carry 4% more passengers, but will reduce fuel consumption by 16% / seat, reduce noise emissions by 40% and reduce CO2 emissions by a similar amount.
Michael O'Leary of Ryanair said: "We are delighted to welcome the first new technology Gamchanger aircraft. These new Boeing 737s will help Ryanair reduce costs, reduce fuel consumption and reduce noise and CO2 emissions, as we invest heavily in new technology to strengthen our commitment to the environment as greener and cleaner. European airline. Each Boeing 737 MAX 8200 aircraft offers 197 seats (compared to our current fleet of 737-seat Boeing 189 aircraft). However, our customers will enjoy more legroom, Boeing "Sky Interior" and lower fares, while reducing their environmental footprint by switching to these new aircraft.
Due to unfortunate delivery delays, we expect to receive only 12 of these aircraft in the summer of 2021, with 6 in Ryanair colors and 6 in Malta Air colors.
Ryanair expects to receive another 50 of these Boeing 737 "Gamechanger" aircraft by the summer of 2022, which will allow the Ryanair Group to return strong, offering new routes, lower fares and faster traffic recovery to many partner airports in Europe. " .