Top News on Boeing 737 Max

  • Turkish converts 15 options to 737 Max firm orders

    ​Turkish Airlines has decided to order 15 more 737 Max 8 aircraft, adding to a previous firm order of 40 of the type and 10 of the larger 737 Max 9 aircraft.

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  • ​Jet Airways hints at 737 Max order

    Jet Airways has hinted at an imminent Boeing 737 Max order, and denied suggestions it has cancelled orders for several...

  • Boeing lands first order for BBJ Max

    ​Boeing has officially launched its line of Boeing Business Jets (BBJs) based on its 737 Max following an order from an...

  • CFM launches Leap-1B assembly as testing continues

    ​CFM International has started assembling the third version of the Leap-series turbofan engine family as initial test...

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  • Boeing slashes outlook for high-capacity jets

    News | 10 Jul 2014 09:16 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Boeing has cut the expected demand for new high-capacity aircraft by nearly 20%, from 760 to just 620, in its latest 20-year forecast.
  • ANALYSIS: Europe airline market review June 2014

    News | 07 Jul 2014 10:05 | Graham Dunn

    After several months of talks, Alitalia appears to have moved closer to securing Etihad as a a strategic investor after a series of joint announcements during June moved an agreement closer.
  • Norwegian to deploy 737 Max transatlantically

    News | 04 Jul 2014 13:35 | Michael Gubisch

    Norwegian is planning to turn the transatlantic business of established European and US carriers “upside down” by deploying its on-order Boeing 737 Max narrowbodies on routes to the USA, says chief executive Bjorn Kjos.
  • Air Astana seeks leases for E-Jet E2s and A321neos

    News | 27 Jun 2014 14:51 | Max Kingsley-Jones

    ​Air Astana aims to begin moving forward with fleet renewal plans at next month’s Farnborough air show as it looks to negotiate leases for Airbus A321neos and Embraer’s new E-Jet E2 family.
  • ANALYSIS: Firing up of first Leap-1B strengthens Boeing-CFM bond

    News | 19 Jun 2014 10:32 | Murdo Morrison

    The latest episode in one of the longest and most successful marriages in civil aerospace got under way on 13 June at an engine test facility near Paris. CFM International fired up for the first time the Leap-1B for the Boeing 737 Max at partner Snecma’s Villaroche site. As the sole propulsion supplier to the programme, CFM has a backlog of over 4,000 engines for the more than 2,000 re-powered twinjets on order, and is continuing a relationship of over three decades, during which the GE/Snecma joint venture has built almost 14,000 CFM56-7 and -3 engines beginning with the 737-300 in the early 1980s.
  • CFM launches Leap-1B ground testing for 737 Max

    News | 18 Jun 2014 16:10 | Stephen Trimble

    ​CFM International has launched ground testing of the Leap-1B engine that will power the Boeing 737 Max, which is scheduled to enter service in three years.