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The 737 from Boeing: Still Going-8000th & other 1000th deliveries

Boeing yesterday delivered its 8000th 737-a 737-900ER-to United Airlines, marking yet another milestone for the world’s most sold large jetliner, which has cumulative orders for 11,774 Boeing 737 airplanes, since the time the program was conceptualised in 1964, across its airline, business and military offerings. 586 more words

General Aviation Interest

Pan American Airways to revive the Pan Am brand with Boeing 737-800s

Pan American Airways Global Holdings, Inc. (New York) is the parent holding company of six brands of the Pan American family.

The would-be paper airline wants to revive the Pan Am name and brand. 323 more words


FlySafair is cleared to commence passenger operations

Safair (Johannesburg) has issued this statement about its new low-fare FlySafair (Johannesburg) passenger subsidiary:

Microsoft Word – FlySafair announcement

Safair has announced the news that the Air Services Council (ASLC) has granted FlySafair a domestic air service licence for the operation of domestic scheduled flights. 167 more words


Boeing marks a 737 milestone

Boeing made history today by delivering the 8,000th 737 — the first commercial airplane to reach that milestone.

The airplane, a Next-Generation 737-900ER featuring a special logo, was delivered to the United Airlines. 114 more words


An impressive feat! Boeing Delivers 8,000th B737

SEATTLE, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing today delivered the 8,000th 737 to come off the production line to United Airlines, marking another important milestone for the world’s best-selling airplane. 242 more words

Commercial Aviation

Transavia France introduces seven new routes from Paris Orly as the fleet expands with Airbus A320s, introduces a new uniform

Transavia France (Transavia.com) (Paris-Orly) has introduced seven new routes per Anna Aero. Paris (Orly)-Tel Aviv was added on April 10 followed by new service to Athens, Faro, Istanbul and Malaga on April 12 along with Pisa and Prague on April 13. 325 more words


The new Eastern picks the Boeing 737-800 as its first aircraft type, will Spirit Airlines beat it to Miami?

Eastern Air Lines Group, Inc. (Miami), better known as the proposed “new Eastern”, has apparently selected the Boeing 737-800 as its first aircraft type. The new version of Eastern had previously looked at the Airbus A319 and later the A320. 192 more words