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Old 11th Mar 2013, 16:53
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You live in dreamland if you think that is the case.
Like yourself then?
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Old 11th Mar 2013, 17:14
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NEW ROUTE

Paris Beauvais to Oujda

RESTARTED

Paris Beauvais to Alghero Fertilia
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 00:04
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Irish Independent claims Ryanair will announce 200 aircraft order with boeing new week. Don't know where they got it from anybody think there is any truth in it.

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Old 12th Mar 2013, 08:43
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Ryanair to order 200 aircraft

Looks like Ryanair got the cheque book out and spent some cash

Ryanair to buy 200 Boeings in $18bn order - Independent.ie


Now if they would only invest in their staff !
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 09:25
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Ryanair to buy 200 new aircraft

Ryanair to place a new Boeing order!


www.independent.ie/business/irish/ryanair-to-buy-200-boeings-in-18bn-order-29123271.html
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 12:21
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Ryanair to buy 200 Boeings in $18bn order

Anyone who has more info on this? Max or 738?

Ryanair to buy 200 Boeings in $18bn order - Independent.ie
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 12:27
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Good news for the guys working there, maybe gives the RPG a bit of a legs-up in their negotiations, as, whatever he would want the pilots to believe, the order may be NG/MAX but it certainly is not for the Radio Control version.

Strike whilst the iron is hot lads
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 12:49
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The mammoth order Ė due to be confirmed by US President Barack Obama and Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the White House next week
Why do I get the feeling MOL will be there dressed as a leprechaun?
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 12:59
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MOL being nice to two politicians by giving them a good news story, this is going to cost big time.
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Now now boys, be careful what you say.

In keeping with recent PPRuNE policy (i.e. being nervous with regard to anything remotely critical of Ryanair it would seem), expect this thread to be hidden away and buried in some obscure sub forum anytime soon.

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Win win for FR. New jets for them, and Southwest Airlines who are in the market for used jets gets the wrung out FR discards, at a prophet too.
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 13:05
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This part of the story: " He said Ryanair would only place an order 'when the price is right'," makes one wonder if there is a serious deal about to happen.

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Old 12th Mar 2013, 13:13
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Originally Posted by Aldente
In keeping with recent PPRuNe policy (i.e. being nervous with regard to anything remotely critical of Ryanair it would seem), expect this thread to be hidden away and buried in some obscure sub forum anytime soon.
- I take it you missed the first go.
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 13:34
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Why do I get the feeling MOL will be there dressed as a leprechaun?
Or, if captjns post is anything to go by, perhaps as Moses? Or even Jesus. That might be more appropriate, come to think of it but is divine intervention really ethical in a big business deal?

he eh, he'd really give OhBummer the sh!ts if he turned up as Mohammed!
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 14:34
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According to all reports over here the deal will be signed on Saturday

Ryanair poised to reveal 200-plane Boeing deal - report - Yahoo! News UK
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 14:46
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Interesting Times.....

NEW AIRCRAFT v PILOT SHORTAGE.........

Best of luck to them, Wish them every success in their latest (if not, optimistic endeavour)

(POSSIBLE SOLUTION: Radio Controlled 737-MAX), Bring it On !
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 15:48
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200 Boeings

The scenario is well rehearsed.

- MOL announces he's about to sign a big order, to be confirmed.
- Thinking he can get Airbus to react and so scare Boeing into a better offer.
- Airbus, knowing the trick of old, says Bog Off MOL you've got a 737 tatooed on your willy.
- MOL eventually signs with Boeing but not at the bargain basement price he wanted.
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 18:00
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Anyone who has more info on this? Max or 738?
Pure speculation but as delivery is quoted as 2015 - 2017, it would indicate B737NG as the B737MAX is only due in service 2017.
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 19:23
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Ryanair to place massive order for Boeing 737s

"Irelandís Ryanair has placed an order for 200 Boeing 737NGs at rock bottom pricing estimated at around $9 billion."

Ryanair to place massive order for Boeing 737s | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times

Good news...200 new jets at 53% discount.

Bad news (I think they may be 600's....)

please dont sue me!
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Old 12th Mar 2013, 20:33
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"Irelandís Ryanair has placed an order for 200 Boeing 737NGs at rock bottom pricing estimated at around $9 billion."

Ryanair to place massive order for Boeing 737s | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times
OMG

How could they after all those nasty things they said about each other.

The anti Ryanair mob were sure that no way any Boeing executive would ever consider dealing with Ryanair again.

I figure that when one of your best customers comes calling in any business do you BITCH about hurtful things or SELL more.

Always figured Boeing not that stupid and no doubt they would accept being accused of anything for another order like that.

For Boeing always nice to signup a deal which is equivalent to 12% of Boeings last years turnover in one go.
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