Recently in June, Boeing had another massive feat as they announced a deal with Okay Airways for an order of 15 737 MAX airplanes. At the current list prices for these aircrafts, we are looking at a total of around $1.8 billion in revenue. The reason behind Okay Airways deal with Boeing Company is due to the fact that the 737 MAX 10 aircrafts will be a highly profitable airplane due to the low seat costs. The new aircraft fleet will allow Okay Airways to continue rise ahead of the market and attract more customers with their impressive fleet. The new fleet consists of seven MAX 8s and eight MAX 10s.
Strategically located at the Tianjin Binhai International Airport, Okay Airways will be able to transport many passengers globally and continue to strengthen their partnership with Boeing Aerospace. The new MAX 10 aircraft has impressive enhancements such as large flight displays, advanced winglet technology, and LEAP-1B engines that will cause competitors to urgently look for upgrades and ways to compete with these impressive new aircrafts.
Here at Aerospace Exchange, we have a dedicated and expansive array of aviation products. We are your one-stop shop and go-to destination for a simplified sourcing solution. ASAP will ensure that our consumers’ needs are addressed in the most expeditious and transparent manner all the while offering cost-effective component solutions therefore improving your negotiation power and profit margins. All our aircraft parts are extensively tested and enjoy our consumer-centric warranty. If you are interested in a quote, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly sales staff at www.aerospaceexchange.com. Call us toll free at 1-708-387-7800
"As an Independent Distributor, ASAP Semiconductor LLC, is not affiliated with the manufacturers of the products it sells except as expressly noted otherwise. Any and all trademark rights associated with the manufacturers names and products are owned by the respective manufacturers."
LINKING, FRAMING, MIRRORING, SCRAPING OR DATA-MINING STRICTLY PROHIBITED