Odds and Ends: 737 MAX order breakdown; Airbus to top Boeing; Embraer to PNAA event

123114 MAX Totals

Click on image to enlarge into a crisp view. Source: Boeing.

Jan. 6, 2015: 737 MAX Orders: Boeing has broken down the 737 MAX orders for the entire program in response to our inquiry. The 737-8 has captured 87% of the program orders since launch in 2011. The MAX 8 includes the 100 MAX 200 orders for the high density version, placed by Ryanair last year. The MAX 9 has 11% and the MAX 7 just 2% (figures are rounded).

Airbus to top Boeing: It’s not really a surprise, because it seems to happen just about every year. Reuters is reporting that Airbus will top Boeing in gross and net orders when it reports its 2014 performance next week.

Embraer to PNAA: Embraer’s chief commercial officer, John Slattery, will speak at the Feb. 10-12 conference for the Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance. EMB has presented previously but this is the first time Slattery is joining the conference. Click on the banner ad above to go directly to the conference website.

 

5 Comments on “Odds and Ends: 737 MAX order breakdown; Airbus to top Boeing; Embraer to PNAA event

    • Don’t both airframers need those smallest subtypes for their business jet portfolio?

  1. Openingt the site, seeing the header, I was hoping for a 737 MAX order breakdown of the 2014 575 Unidentified Customer(s).

    Probably a breakdown Scott hoped to get from Boeing. There’s a deafening silence around it. How solid are these orders?

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