Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Bundles of 737 Max

What's going on with everything not 787 or 777X. I am remiss and forgotten to say that the 737 Max has a sales Juggernaut.  So here comes some more stories developing.


TUI Books Over $6 Billion in Boeing Jets. "reference article"


Okay that means 60 aircraft with another 50 last month from an undisclosed customer terms.

Boeing's May Orders Listings
Orders through May 28, 2013737747767777787Total
2013 Net Orders367-2 2142428
ALC5  10 15
All Nippon Airways4    4
American Airlines100  142143
Business Jet / VIP Customer   1 1
Cathay Pacific Airways 3   3
GECAS4    4
Icelandair16    16
KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines   1 1
Qantas5    5
Sberbank Leasing12    12
Southwest Airlines35    35
SWISS   6 6
Turkish Airlines70    70
Unidentified Customer(s)155  10 165
United Airlines8    8
WestJet10    10
2013 Gross Orders4243 2942498
Changes-57-5 -8 -70
2013 Net Orders367-2 2142428
 737747767777787Total
So does this mean these 60 are buried in the unidentified customer(s) count or does TUI open up a line count for itself pushing the 2013 count 427 Net orders?

Because the month of April had this number 50 which isn't 60.

Order DateCustomerModel SeriesOrders
26-Apr-2013Business Jet / VIP Customer(s)777-200LR1
23-Apr-2013Unidentified Customer(s)737-MAX50
April Total51
The total report shows these numbers:

Model SeriesOrdersDeliveriesUnfilled 
737-6006969- 
737-70013101091219 
737-700BBJ1151114 
737-700C17152 
737-700W1414- 
737-800416228671295 
737-800A402317 
737-800BBJ21183 
737-9005252- 
737-900BBJ761 
737-900ER528166362 
737-MAX1235-1235 
737 Total757044323138
Where the reporting states this:

"The jet builder has reported nearly 1,300 orders for the 737 MAX since introducing the new version in 2011."

So 1235 Max units + 60 makes 1295 MAX on the books not yet reported on the Boeing site.

So with further announcements coming it should be another MAX year.