Tuesday, January 26, 2016

The MAX Week Keeps Kicking The Tires

Zack's say 100 MAX are on the griddle for what's cooking with Boeing's single aisle market. Even though the Max is competing with Airbus A320's, it also competing with Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier C300 model. Both competitors are eager and will be a Boeing challenge for winning the three way competition. Who knows maybe Randy Tinseth will swing the deal as it gains in Boeing's Big Year.


"The Boeing Co. (BA - Analyst Report) is looking forward to secure an order from Flynas, Saudi Arabia's low-cost airline. The airline company is considering the purchase or lease of 60 jets over the next five years with an option for an additional 40 units.


The carrier is considering Airbus Group SE’s (
EADSY - Snapshot Report) A320 Neo and Bombardier Inc.’s CS300 along with Boeing’s 737 Max. Flynas posted a profit in 2015 for the first time in its history, which was closely followed by this news. The carrier is expecting to take a final decision regarding the order by this year.”