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List of Boeing 737 MAX orders and deliveries

This article lists the orders made by airlines and other buyers for the Boeing 737 MAX family of aircraft, which is currently being produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, a division of the Boeing Company.

Initially, the customers for the 737 MAX were not disclosed, except for American Airlines. On November 17, 2011, Boeing released the names of two other customers – Lion Air and Aviation Capital Group. At that time, Boeing reported 700 commitments from nine customers for the 737 MAX.[1][2] Then on December 13, 2011, Southwest Airlines announced they would be the launch customer for the 737 MAX with a firm order of 150 aircraft and 150 options.[3][4]

As of January 31, 2019, Boeing had 5,011 firm orders from 79 identified customers for the 737 MAX,[5] and the top three identified airline customers for the 737 MAX are: Southwest Airlines with 280 orders, Flydubai with 251 orders, and Lion Air with 201 orders.[5]

In March 2019 Garuda Indonesia cancelled its order for 49 737 MAX 8 aircraft, having received one of its order of 50.[6]

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Orders and deliveriesEdit

Orders and deliveries by yearEdit

Boeing 737 MAX orders and deliveries
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total
Orders 150 908 668 861 409 530 759 720 7 5,008
Deliveries 74 256 57 387

As of April 1, 2019[5]

Cumulative Boeing 737 MAX orders and deliveries

 

Orders

Deliveries

As of April 1, 2019[5]

Orders and deliveries by customerEdit

The following table shows total firm orders and deliveries of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft by variant (where known) and customer, As of February 28, 2019.[5]

Order date[n 1] Customer Variant Total Orders Total Deliveries
-7 -8 -9 -10 Unk
May 15, 2014 9 Air 1 1 1
June 12, 2015 AerCap 85 15 100 5
September 29, 2016 Aerolíneas Argentinas 11 - 11 2
November 5, 2012 Aeroméxico 51 9 60 6
March 31, 2014 Air Canada 70 11 61 24
December 22, 2014 Air China 16 16 16
December 21, 2015 Air Europa 20 20
July 3, 2012 Air Lease Corporation 14 8 146 168 15
December 1, 2014 Air Niugini 4 4
September 18, 2018 Air Peace 10 10
October 31, 2012 ALAFCO 40 40
October 11, 2012 Alaska Airlines 32 32
February 1, 2013 American Airlines 100 100 24
May 9, 2016 Arik Air 8 8
December 20, 2012 Aviation Capital Group 70 10 20 3 103 6
September 18, 2012 Avolon [7] 65 10 20 53 148 9
March 17, 2016 Blue Air 6 6
August 13, 2014 BOC Aviation 77 10 87 8
June 1, 2018 Boeing Capital Corporation 75 75
March 21, 2014 Business Jet / VIP Customer(s) 2 20 22 2
June 14, 2017 CALC China 15 35 50
November 21, 2018 Caribbean Airlines [8] [9] [10] 12 12
September 28, 2018 CDB Financial Leasing (Ireland) 1 1 1
March 14, 2014 China Development Bank 68 10 78 1
June 17, 2014 China Eastern Airlines 14 14 14
December 17, 2015 China Southern Airlines 50 50 16
June 19, 2013 CIT Leasing Corporation 37 37 1
December 3, 2013 Comair (South Africa) 8 8 1
May 30, 2013 Copa Airlines 41 15 5 61 6
September 27, 2016 Donghai Airlines 15 10 25
October 29, 2014 Enter Air 6 6 2
September 1, 2014 Ethiopian Airlines 30 30 5
March 31, 2017 Fiji Airways 5 5 2
December 31, 2013 Flydubai 131 70 50 251 14
September 28, 2012 GECAS 150 20 6 176 25
October 1, 2012 Gol Transportes Aéreos 105 30 135 6
June 28, 2018 Goshawk Aviation 20 20
July 16, 2014 Hainan Airlines 7 7 7
June 18, 2019 IAG [11] tbd tbd
May 21, 2013 ICBC Leasing 5 5 5
February 12, 2013 Icelandair 3 2 5 3
June 29, 2018 Jackson Square Aviation 30 30
November 19, 2018 Jeju Air 40 40
April 23, 2013 Jet Airways 125 125
December 11, 2014 Jetlines 5 5
August 17, 2017 Japan Investment Advisor 10 10
November 9, 2015 Korean Air 30 30
February 22, 2012 Lion Air[n 2] 10 4 100 87 201 14
July 1, 2016 Malaysia Airlines 15 10 25
November 18, 2016 Mauritania Airlines International 1 1 1
May 16, 2014 Nok Air 6 6
January 24, 2012 Norwegian Air Shuttle 110 110 18
May 27, 2014 Okay Airways 9 9
October 19, 2015 Oman Air 20 20
December 29, 2016 Qatar Airways 5 5 5
July 4, 2013 Royal Air Maroc 4 2 2
December 21, 2013 Ruili Airlines 6 30 36
November 28, 2014 Ryanair[n 3] 135 135
March 28, 2018 SCAT Airlines 1 1 1
April 29, 2014 Shandong Airlines 7 7 7
December 30, 2014 Shenzhen Airlines 5 5 5
November 9, 2012 SilkAir 37 37 6
March 13, 2018 SkyUp Airlines 2 5 7
August 6, 2013 Smartwings 8 8 1
November 10, 2014 SMBC Aviation Capital 91 91 2
December 13, 2011 Southwest Airlines[n 4] 30 250 280 31
October 23, 2013 SpiceJet 116 20 136 7
February 12, 2014 SunExpress 15 17 32
June 16, 2018 TAROM 5 5
January 15, 2014 Timaero Ireland 2 20 22 2
July 9, 2013 TUI Group 54 18 72 15
May 8, 2013 Turkish Airlines 65 10 75 12
October 17, 2018 Turkmenistan Airlines 3 3
December 21, 2012 Unidentified Customer(s) 938 938
July 12, 2012 United Airlines TBA 21 100 137 14
April 7, 2018 UTair Aviation 28 28
May 22, 2016 VietJet Air 120 80 200
July 6, 2012 Virgin Australia 30 10 40
September 26, 2013 WestJet 22 21 12 55 12
December 21, 2013 XiamenAir 10 10 10
Total 60 2704 250 579 1639 5037 376

as of February 28, 2019[5]

Notes
  1. ^ Order date is based on the initial order for the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft placed by each customer, from Boeing Order & Delivery summary.
  2. ^ Launch customer of 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 variants.
  3. ^ Launch customer of 737 MAX 200 variant.
  4. ^ Launch customer of 737 MAX 7 variant.

Orders and deliveries graphEdit

The following graph shows total firm orders and deliveries of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for identified customers,[nb 1] as of September 30, 2018.[5]

 

As of 31 May 2019.[5]

Notes
  1. ^ Note that orders from Unidentified Customer(s) are excluded from the graph.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Lion Air commits to up to 380 Boeing 737s". November 17, 2011. Retrieved November 17, 2011.
  2. ^ "ACG Becomes third identified 737 MAX customer". November 17, 2011. Retrieved November 17, 2011.
  3. ^ "Southwest Airlines Will Become Launch Customer for the New Boeing 737 Max Aircraft". Southwest Airlines Co. Press Release. December 13, 2011. Retrieved 5 January 2017.
  4. ^ Bader, Tim (December 13, 2011). "Boeing 737 MAX Logs First Firm Order from Launch Customer Southwest Airlines". Boeing. Retrieved December 26, 2011.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "Boeing 737: Orders and Deliveries (updated monthly)". The Boeing Company. February 28, 2019. Retrieved March 16, 2019.
  6. ^ Silviana, Cindy (March 22, 2019). "Indonesia's Garuda asks to cancel 737 MAX order it had been reconsidering before Ethiopia crash". Reuters. Thomson Reuters. Retrieved May 17, 2019.
  7. ^ https://dm1es2gjsclbk.cloudfront.net/files/08-07-2019_09:41:22.pdf
  8. ^ "Boeing, Caribbean Airlines Announce Selection of 737 MAX". MediaRoom. Retrieved 2019-03-10.
  9. ^ "Caribbean Airlines places order for 12 new Boeing 737 MAX planes". Aerospace Technology. 2018-11-22. Retrieved 2019-03-10.
  10. ^ "Caribbean Airlines Is Upgrading Its Fleet". Caribbean Journal. 2018-11-22. Retrieved 2019-03-10.
  11. ^ "Boeing 737 Max: BA-owner IAG signs letter of intent to possibly order, at a future date, 200 planes". bbc. Retrieved 2019-06-18.