Belavia announces 737 order

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP June 26, 2014 13:27

Belavia announces 737 order

Belarus flag carrier Belavia Airlines has ordered three B737-800NGs from Boeing, marking the airline’s first order direct from the manufacturer. The order is worth up to $272 million at current list prices.

Anatoly Gusarov, director general of Belavia, said: “We are committed to bringing the highest levels of comfort and convenience to our customers by continuing to operate the most reliable and fuel-efficient aircraft available today and in the future. The purchase of three Next-Generation 737-800s will make it possible to open new scheduled flights to destinations which currently are unavailable due to the remoteness of the base airport.”

Belavia stated it intends to use the aircraft on non-stop flights to destinations such as Tenerife and Dubai.

Marty Bentrott, Boeing’s vice president, Middle East, Russia and Central Asia Sales, said: “This is an important step in our cooperation with Belavia and it will allow Belavia and Boeing to build on a successful business partnership for many years to come.”

The three new aircraft will join Belavia’s current Boeing fleet of six 737-500s and seven 737-300s.

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