Virgin Australia chooses Boeing 737 MAX 10
Last day, Boeing and Virgin Australia announced the order for 10 737 MAX 10 aircraft. Specifically, the conversion from 737 MAX 8 to MAX 10 was made.
By 2012, Virgin Australia has ordered 23 from Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Subsequently, the order reached 40 for airplanes of the 737 MAX 8 model.
Virgin Australia has now opted for 10 aircraft to be converted to the 737 MAX 10, the largest in the 737 MAX family. The decision was made against the background of the company's developments, 737 MAX 10 offering greater transport capacity and increased flexibility. The 737 MAX 8 aircraft will be received between 2019 and 2021, and from 2022 the new 737 MAX 10 will be received.
Boeing 737 MAX 10 Virgin Australia
Boeing 737 MAX 10 is announced to be a highly efficient aircraft, offering the lowest operating cost / mile / seat and will be able to fly over 370 miles in excess of the most efficient 737 Next Generation aircraft. It will be able to cover 99% of the short and medium routes around the globe.
Thus, Virgin Australia will join the other 20 customers, who chose Boeing 737 MAX 10. The 737 MAX family of aircraft has had the fastest growth since its inception until now. More than 100 customers have already ordered over 4700 aircraft from the new generation of single-aisle aircraft - 737 MAX.