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airlines go on record buying spree for 8,200 new jets airlines go on record buying spree for 8,200 new jets airlines go on record buying spree for 8,200 new jets

by:QY Precision      2019-09-30
ROSWELL, N. M. —Capt.
Paul Wanberg glides on the desert of New Mexico with an old Boeing 757, aligned with the runway.
A computerized sound gives an altitude warning. Forty feet. Thirty. Twenty. Ten. Touchdown.
Outside the windows of the cockpit, there are nearly a hundred pieces of aircraft debris that are neatly arranged.
They\'re the Jets nobody wants. And —
26,057 off and after landingthis 24-year-
Old American Airlines planes are about to join them.
\"This is my first time here, it\'s a sad place,\" first officer Robert Pope told the control tower.
The airline used to store planes in the desert during the slow months of travel.
Sometimes unwanted aircraft are sold to Russian or African airlines.
Today, a person at the other end of the Radio responded, \"they are chopping them up.
The airline is on the biggest plane.
Crazy buying in aviation history, ordered more than 8,200 new aircraft with manufacturers Airbus SAS and Boeing
In the last five years
Now, 24 aircraft are rolling off the assembly line every week, an increase from 11 aircraft a decade ago.
This ratio is expected to continue to climb.
The new aircraft allows airlines to save fuel and is now their biggest cost while providing more amenities for passengerssome for a fee.
Passengers can plug in to work or sit in their seats for entertainment-
Return to TV and some international routes
Stop for the first time.
Boeing and Airbus\'s business units have been receiving a steady stream of cash over the years, a key reason why investors have doubled the company\'s share price over the past year.
Most aircraft will fly to new or fast-growing airlines to serve the expanding middle class in India and the rest of Asia.
The International Air Transport Association expects the number of passengers worldwide to grow by 31 to three.
It will reach 9 billion in the next four years. U. S.
Airlines are also buying.
After suffering
Terrorist attacks, bankruptcies and recession are now strong enough to buy new jets.
Domestic airlines spent $11.
6 billion improvement in capital last year-
Including new aircraftup from $5.
2010 2 billion.
Since fuel prices are almost four times as high as they were 10 years ago, airlines need to replace aging natural gasguzzlers —
Like Captain 757 of the United States.
Stopped in the desert of Roswell.
The plane showed its age.
Many handrails were originally equipped with ashtrays.
The seat back pocket on 27D was hung down by the last thread.
The curtains for 1F will not be closed either.
Americans will have to spend $6 million to $10 million on extensive maintenance checks on the fuselage, overhaul the engine and replacement of other components to keep the aircraft flying.
Instead, it went to Roswell.
There, dry air can prevent corrosion of the aluminum body.
Spare parts will be harvested from the jet;
Eventually, it will be chopped for scrap metal.
This is the fate of many Americans. S.
The plane is facing.
Delta\'s last DC on Monday-9s, a 35-year-
The old jet that used to be the main force in the United StatesS.
Airlines for decades
In the past five yearsS.
The airline has retired nearly 1,300 other aircraft.
More than 20 a month
According to Sky Global\'s Ascend Online Fleets, various desert facilities have been selling and tracking aircraft information for the past five years.
The old 757 in the United States will be replaced by one of the 460 new singles
The airline ordered the aisle jet in July 2011.
The biggest single flight order in history
The first one is put into service on Sept.
16. the United States currently delivers a new aircraft every week.
Models like Airbus\'s A321 or Boeing 737.
Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airlines, Spirit Airlines and almost all other American AirlinesS.
The carrier has a large number of orders.
Nearly 1,500 new aircraft will be delivered to the United States. S.
Airbus and Boeing airlines for the next decade.
Other manufacturers also ordered hundreds of small side-line aircraft.
\"The aircraft we produce today is twice as many as it was 10 years ago,\" said Mary Prettyman, Airbus\'s deputy company.
President of Strategic Marketing of America.
All of Airbus\'s current orders take eight years.
\"This is unprecedented.
\"The new aircraft caters to the changing habits of passengers.
Instead of reading paperback books or magazines from the airport gift shop, today\'s travelers surf the Web or read on Kindle or iPads.
The United States designed the interior of the new aircraft, the concept is \"your life should never be interrupted because you are flying,\" on-
Boarding products for airlines.
As a result, the new generation of aircraft provides passengers with larger overhead boxes, power outlets and USB ports, better lighting and less
Claustrophobic.
Less noise-in many cases —individual TVs.
\"We want to give you as much space as possible,\" said Mike Henny, director of customer experience at Delta . \".
\"The darker space does not feel as spacious as the brighter space.
\"Some models can fly longer distances, opening up new non-stop routes.
The aircraft is more reliable, which means less mechanical delays or cancellations.
Then the show-
Turn off features designed to attract high
Paying customers.
First class American passengers between New York and Los Angeles or San Francisco will benefit from
Cappuccino coffee machine starting this week.
JetBlue will add four more seats, starting in Los Angeles in June 15, which will be separated from the rest of the cabin in the new premium cabin on the same route with its own doors.
The decision to buy a new plane was driven by high oil prices, low interest rates and Wall Street financing mechanisms that allowed airlines with junk bond ratings to borrow money on preferential terms.
Americans can even borrow $2.
When the new plane is still in bankruptcy restructuring, the price is 7 billion.
\"This is certainly an opportunistic period.
\"There is no doubt,\" said John D.
Reni, chief financial officer of United Airlines. U. S.
Airlines consume 16 billion gallons of jet fuel each year.
Ten years ago, they paid 84 cents a gallon.
Last year, the price of gasoline per gallon in the United States exceeded $3. S.
Airlines spent $50 billion on fuel.
To reduce fuel costs, the United States is replacing some domestic 757 s 100 new 737900ERs.
The plane burned 15 cents less fuel per passenger.
There are also great savings in maintenance.
737 of engines can run twice before they need millions of dollarsDollar reform.
Every new plane.
It\'s $96.
Although airlines always negotiate a big discount, the price is 1 million
United hope to save nearly $2.
One year 5 million
\"The operating economy of the whole industry has changed,\" Randy-
President of Marketing for Boeing commercial aircraft.
Associated pressure Wells, N. M. —Capt.
Paul Wanberg glides on the desert of New Mexico with an old Boeing 757, aligned with the runway.
A computerized sound gives an altitude warning. Forty feet. Thirty. Twenty. Ten. Touchdown.
Outside the windows of the cockpit, there are nearly a hundred pieces of aircraft debris that are neatly arranged.
They\'re the Jets nobody wants. And —
26,057 off and after landingthis 24-year-
Old American Airlines planes are about to join them.
\"This is my first time here, it\'s a sad place,\" first officer Robert Pope told the control tower.
The airline used to store planes in the desert during the slow months of travel.
Sometimes unwanted aircraft are sold to Russian or African airlines.
Today, a person at the other end of the Radio responded, \"they are chopping them up.
The airline is on the biggest plane.
Crazy buying in aviation history, ordered more than 8,200 new aircraft with manufacturers Airbus SAS and Boeing
In the last five years
Now, 24 aircraft are rolling off the assembly line every week, an increase from 11 aircraft a decade ago.
This ratio is expected to continue to climb.
The new aircraft allows airlines to save fuel and is now their biggest cost while providing more amenities for passengerssome for a fee.
Passengers can plug in to work or sit in their seats for entertainment-
Return to TV and some international routes
Stop for the first time.
Boeing and Airbus\'s business units have been receiving a steady stream of cash over the years, a key reason why investors have doubled the company\'s share price over the past year.
Most aircraft will fly to new or fast-growing airlines to serve the expanding middle class in India and the rest of Asia.
The International Air Transport Association expects the number of passengers worldwide to grow by 31 to three.
It will reach 9 billion in the next four years. U. S.
Airlines are also buying.
After suffering
Terrorist attacks, bankruptcies and recession are now strong enough to buy new jets.
Domestic airlines spent $11.
6 billion improvement in capital last year-
Including new aircraftup from $5.
2010 2 billion.
Since fuel prices are almost four times as high as they were 10 years ago, airlines need to replace aging natural gasguzzlers —
Like Captain 757 of the United States.
Stopped in the desert of Roswell.
The plane showed its age.
Many handrails were originally equipped with ashtrays.
The seat back pocket on 27D was hung down by the last thread.
The curtains for 1F will not be closed either.
Americans will have to spend $6 million to $10 million on extensive maintenance checks on the fuselage, overhaul the engine and replacement of other components to keep the aircraft flying.
Instead, it went to Roswell.
There, dry air can prevent corrosion of the aluminum body.
Spare parts will be harvested from the jet;
Eventually, it will be chopped for scrap metal.
This is the fate of many Americans. S.
The plane is facing.
Delta\'s last DC on Monday-9s, a 35-year-
The old jet that used to be the main force in the United StatesS.
Airlines for decades
In the past five yearsS.
The airline has retired nearly 1,300 other aircraft.
More than 20 a month
According to Sky Global\'s Ascend Online Fleets, various desert facilities have been selling and tracking aircraft information for the past five years.
The old 757 in the United States will be replaced by one of the 460 new singles
The airline ordered the aisle jet in July 2011.
The biggest single flight order in history
The first one is put into service on Sept.
16. the United States currently delivers a new aircraft every week.
Models like Airbus\'s A321 or Boeing 737.
Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airlines, Spirit Airlines and almost all other American AirlinesS.
The carrier has a large number of orders.
Nearly 1,500 new aircraft will be delivered to the United States. S.
Airbus and Boeing airlines for the next decade.
Other manufacturers also ordered hundreds of small side-line aircraft.
\"The aircraft we produce today is twice as many as it was 10 years ago,\" said Mary Prettyman, Airbus\'s deputy company.
President of Strategic Marketing of America.
All of Airbus\'s current orders take eight years.
\"This is unprecedented.
\"The new aircraft caters to the changing habits of passengers.
Instead of reading paperback books or magazines from the airport gift shop, today\'s travelers surf the Web or read on Kindle or iPads.
The United States designed the interior of the new aircraft, the concept is \"your life should never be interrupted because you are flying,\" on-
Boarding products for airlines.
As a result, the new generation of aircraft provides passengers with larger overhead boxes, power outlets and USB ports, better lighting and less
Claustrophobic.
Less noise-in many cases —individual TVs.
\"We want to give you as much space as possible,\" said Mike Henny, director of customer experience at Delta . \".
\"The darker space does not feel as spacious as the brighter space.
\"Some models can fly longer distances, opening up new non-stop routes.
The aircraft is more reliable, which means less mechanical delays or cancellations.
Then the show-
Turn off features designed to attract high
Paying customers.
First class American passengers between New York and Los Angeles or San Francisco will benefit from
Cappuccino coffee machine starting this week.
JetBlue will add four more seats, starting in Los Angeles in June 15, which will be separated from the rest of the cabin in the new premium cabin on the same route with its own doors.
The decision to buy a new plane was driven by high oil prices, low interest rates and Wall Street financing mechanisms that allowed airlines with junk bond ratings to borrow money on preferential terms.
Americans can even borrow $2.
When the new plane is still in bankruptcy restructuring, the price is 7 billion.
\"This is certainly an opportunistic period.
\"There is no doubt,\" said John D.
Reni, chief financial officer of United Airlines. U. S.
Airlines consume 16 billion gallons of jet fuel each year.
Ten years ago, they paid 84 cents a gallon.
Last year, the price of gasoline per gallon in the United States exceeded $3. S.
Airlines spent $50 billion on fuel.
To reduce fuel costs, the United States is replacing some domestic 757 s 100 new 737900ERs.
The plane burned 15 cents less fuel per passenger.
There are also great savings in maintenance.
737 of engines can run twice before they need millions of dollarsDollar reform.
Every new plane.
It\'s $96.
Although airlines always negotiate a big discount, the price is 1 million
United hope to save nearly $2.
One year 5 million
\"The operating economy of the whole industry has changed,\" Randy-
President of Marketing for Boeing commercial aircraft.
Associated pressure Wells, N. M. —Capt.
Paul Wanberg glides on the desert of New Mexico with an old Boeing 757, aligned with the runway.
A computerized sound gives an altitude warning. Forty feet. Thirty. Twenty. Ten. Touchdown.
Outside the windows of the cockpit, there are nearly a hundred pieces of aircraft debris that are neatly arranged.
They\'re the Jets nobody wants. And —
26,057 off and after landingthis 24-year-
Old American Airlines planes are about to join them.
\"This is my first time here, it\'s a sad place,\" first officer Robert Pope told the control tower.
The airline used to store planes in the desert during the slow months of travel.
Sometimes unwanted aircraft are sold to Russian or African airlines.
Today, a person at the other end of the Radio responded, \"they are chopping them up.
The airline is on the biggest plane.
Crazy buying in aviation history, ordered more than 8,200 new aircraft with manufacturers Airbus SAS and Boeing
In the last five years
Now, 24 aircraft are rolling off the assembly line every week, an increase from 11 aircraft a decade ago.
This ratio is expected to continue to climb.
The new aircraft allows airlines to save fuel and is now their biggest cost while providing more amenities for passengerssome for a fee.
Passengers can plug in to work or sit in their seats for entertainment-
Return to TV and some international routes
Stop for the first time.
Boeing and Airbus\'s business units have been receiving a steady stream of cash over the years, a key reason why investors have doubled the company\'s share price over the past year.
Most aircraft will fly to new or fast-growing airlines to serve the expanding middle class in India and the rest of Asia.
The International Air Transport Association expects the number of passengers worldwide to grow by 31 to three.
It will reach 9 billion in the next four years. U. S.
Airlines are also buying.
After suffering
Terrorist attacks, bankruptcies and recession are now strong enough to buy new jets.
Domestic airlines spent $11.
6 billion improvement in capital last year-
Including new aircraftup from $5.
2010 2 billion.
Since fuel prices are almost four times as high as they were 10 years ago, airlines need to replace aging natural gasguzzlers —
Like Captain 757 of the United States.
Stopped in the desert of Roswell.
The plane showed its age.
Many handrails were originally equipped with ashtrays.
The seat back pocket on 27D was hung down by the last thread.
The curtains for 1F will not be closed either.
Americans will have to spend $6 million to $10 million on extensive maintenance checks on the fuselage, overhaul the engine and replacement of other components to keep the aircraft flying.
Instead, it went to Roswell.
There, dry air can prevent corrosion of the aluminum body.
Spare parts will be harvested from the jet;
Eventually, it will be chopped for scrap metal.
This is the fate of many Americans. S.
The plane is facing.
Delta\'s last DC on Monday-9s, a 35-year-
The old jet that used to be the main force in the United StatesS.
Airlines for decades
In the past five yearsS.
The airline has retired nearly 1,300 other aircraft.
More than 20 a month
According to Sky Global\'s Ascend Online Fleets, various desert facilities have been selling and tracking aircraft information for the past five years.
The old 757 in the United States will be replaced by one of the 460 new singles
The airline ordered the aisle jet in July 2011.
The biggest single flight order in history
The first one is put into service on Sept.
16. the United States currently delivers a new aircraft every week.
Models like Airbus\'s A321 or Boeing 737.
Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airlines, Spirit Airlines and almost all other American AirlinesS.
The carrier has a large number of orders.
Nearly 1,500 new aircraft will be delivered to the United States. S.
Airbus and Boeing airlines for the next decade.
Other manufacturers also ordered hundreds of small side-line aircraft.
\"The aircraft we produce today is twice as many as it was 10 years ago,\" said Mary Prettyman, Airbus\'s deputy company.
President of Strategic Marketing of America.
All of Airbus\'s current orders take eight years.
\"This is unprecedented.
\"The new aircraft caters to the changing habits of passengers.
Instead of reading paperback books or magazines from the airport gift shop, today\'s travelers surf the Web or read on Kindle or iPads.
The United States designed the interior of the new aircraft, the concept is \"your life should never be interrupted because you are flying,\" on-
Boarding products for airlines.
As a result, the new generation of aircraft provides passengers with larger overhead boxes, power outlets and USB ports, better lighting and less
Claustrophobic.
Less noise-in many cases —individual TVs.
\"We want to give you as much space as possible,\" said Mike Henny, director of customer experience at Delta . \".
\"The darker space does not feel as spacious as the brighter space.
\"Some models can fly longer distances, opening up new non-stop routes.
The aircraft is more reliable, which means less mechanical delays or cancellations.
Then the show-
Turn off features designed to attract high
Paying customers.
First class American passengers between New York and Los Angeles or San Francisco will benefit from
Cappuccino coffee machine starting this week.
JetBlue will add four more seats, starting in Los Angeles in June 15, which will be separated from the rest of the cabin in the new premium cabin on the same route with its own doors.
The decision to buy a new plane was driven by high oil prices, low interest rates and Wall Street financing mechanisms that allowed airlines with junk bond ratings to borrow money on preferential terms.
Americans can even borrow $2.
When the new plane is still in bankruptcy restructuring, the price is 7 billion.
\"This is certainly an opportunistic period.
\"There is no doubt,\" said John D.
Reni, chief financial officer of United Airlines. U. S.
Airlines consume 16 billion gallons of jet fuel each year.
Ten years ago, they paid 84 cents a gallon.
Last year, the price of gasoline per gallon in the United States exceeded $3. S.
Airlines spent $50 billion on fuel.
To reduce fuel costs, the United States is replacing some domestic 757 s 100 new 737900ERs.
The plane burned 15 cents less fuel per passenger.
There are also great savings in maintenance.
737 of engines can run twice before they need millions of dollarsDollar reform.
Every new plane.
It\'s $96.
Although airlines always negotiate a big discount, the price is 1 million
United hope to save nearly $2.
One year 5 million
\"The operating economy of the whole industry has changed,\" Randy-
President of Marketing for Boeing commercial aircraft.
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