From Seattle comes the news that Boeing and 777 Partners are further tightening their relations: the Miami holding company, owner of Genoa, will purchase thirty 737 MAXs to further equip an impressive fleet (which will increase to 68 single-aisle jet aircraft and low consumption of fuel). The investment is estimated to be worth $ 3.4 billion.
“We are delighted to announce that we have nearly doubled the size of our order with Boeing. We have long been confident in the 737 MAX family, but are particularly excited about the 737-8-200 variant, which accounts for the majority of our additional orders. We are confident that this aircraft will be the hallmark of the market segment under 200 seats. With travel demand picking up, and in our pursuit of efficiency in both operating costs and carbon emissions, the 737-8 is compelling and the 737-8-200 is simply unmatched, “said Josh Wander, managing partner. from 777 Partners.
As stated on i-talicom.net, the 737 MAX family reduces fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions by at least 14% compared to the aircraft it will replace, reducing operating costs and the environmental impact for companies. affiliated airlines to 777 Partners. Each 737 MAX features a Boeing Sky Interior, highlighted by modern side walls and windows, LED lighting that enhances the sense of spaciousness, and larger storage compartments.
“We greatly appreciate 777 Partners for their trust in our products, including repeat orders for the 737 MAX and expanding their fleet to include the 737-8-200 model. 777 Partners is enabling the growth of its affiliated low-cost carriers by leveraging the flexibility, reliability and efficiency of the 737 family to serve passengers for years to come, ”said Ihssane Mounir, Boeing Senior Vice President Commercial Sales and Marketing.