Boeing has secured 361 orders for the 737 MAX 10, which will be able to accomodate up to 230 passengers.
Ethiopian Airlines' fleet has reached a major milestone by expanding to over 100 aircraft. The African carrier is pushing hard to modernise its fleet, which is a key component of its Vision 2025 strategy along with route expansion; it now flies to over 110 destinations. The milestone aircraft, a Boeing 787-8, was delivered on June 6, 2018. Further aircraft are on the way, including five 787-9s and 16 Airbus A350s along with 30 737 MAX 8s, the first of which arrived on July 2 (Ethiopian already operates 15 737-800s and three 737-700s). The new arrivals help keep the carrier's average aircraft age to under five years. To enhance growth further, the Ethiopian government is set to open the state-owned carrier to private investment, although the state will retain a majority stake.
There have been more than 200 cancellations for the Boeing 737 MAX, with the lessor GECAS among those to back out of deals.
Boeing 737 MAX 8s and MAX 9s will arrive into the Icelandair fleet from 2018. The airline plans to use them to supplement its 757s.
Norwegian Air Shuttle was the first European customer for the 737 MAX, committing to 100 MAX 8s in January 2012.
Qatar Airways has signed a Letter of Intent for 60 examples of the 737 MAX 8.
An artist's impression of the new Boeing 737 MAX 200, of which Ryanair is the launch customer, with 100 firm orders and 100 options.
Virgin Australia has amended its order for the Boeing 737 MAX, converting ten orders for the 737 MAX 8 for the larger 737 MAX 10 variant.
21 мая 2014г. пресс-служба «Боинга» объявила, что заключен контракт с таиландской авиакомпанией Nok Airlines Public Company Limited на семь новых «суперэффективных» пассажирских лайнеров Boeing 737 МАХ.