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New 737s for Turkish Airlines

 

Turkish Airlines has confirmed an order for 15 Next-Generation Boeing 737s
The order consists of 10 737-800s and 5 737-900ERs and has an average list-price value of more than $1.2 billion.

In March 2010, Turkish Airlines finalized an order for 20 Next-Generation Boeing 737 aircraft. That deal was valued at approximately $1.6 billion.
Boeing has received orders from of 14 customers for a total of 305 737-900ERs which is the long-range derivative of the 737-900.

All 15 aircraft will be delivered with the new Sky Interior which is designed to provide more cabin space.

By the end of 2015, the number of single aisle jets in the fleet of Turkish Airlines is expected to increase to 155 and the number of twin aisle aircraft to 36. The total number of aircraft in the fleet will reach 196.

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