Boeing rakes in the orders for 737 Sky Interior

Say what you will about the delayed Boeing 787 programme the airliner’s interior is inspiring. So much so, in fact, that Boeing used the same passenger satisfaction approach to develop its new NextGen 737 Boeing Sky Interior.

Boeing Sky Interior.JPGAs previously reported, FlyDubai was among the five launch customers that took delivery of 737s with the Boeing Sky Interior late last year.

Boeing now reports that some 60 airlines and leasing companies have ordered the new interior on 1,689 aircraft.

Firms that have announced their orders include: Southwest Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Continental Airlines, American Airlines, FlyDubai, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Malaysia Airlines, TUI Travel , GOL Airlines, Lion Air, Air Berlin, COPA Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Luxair Luxembourg Airlines, Russian Technologies, and Tokyo’s Skymark Airlines.

Boeing will take the opportunity to explain its approach to passenger comfort during a special media event in early February. In the interim, I think this TUIfly flight attendant does a bang up job of breaking down some of the best features of the new Boeing Sky Interior.

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3 Responses to Boeing rakes in the orders for 737 Sky Interior

  1. MJ January 22, 2011 at 3:19 pm #

    Looks good, but how horrid will it be in Ryanair colours!

  2. alloycowboy January 26, 2011 at 1:24 am #

    Hey Marry, I just checked out the video of Boeings new 737 sky interior and was pretty impressed with all the different lighting mood effects available on the FA panel. Rumor has it that the Sky Interiors on Qantas aircraft will feature an aditional “Saturday Night Fever” button on the FA panel for when Qantas Ambassador John Travolta is on-board.

  3. Mary Kirby January 27, 2011 at 5:01 pm #

    Now THAT is interesting!!