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Boeing delivers 7,500th 737

written by WOFA | March 21, 2013
A substantial number of the 3,100 737s on order includes the yet-to-fly 737 MAX, depicted here in Virgin Australia colours. (Boeing)

Boeing has delivered the 7,500th 737, marking another major milestone in the world’s best-selling twin-jet’s 46-year history. With more than 3,100 737s yet to be delivered, Boeing has so far received some 10,500 orders for the 737.

The 7,500th jet – a 737-900ER – was delivered to Malaysia’s Malindo Air, a joint-venture Indonesia’s Lion Air and Malaysia’s national aerospace and defence industries.


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