Juneyao Airlines Finalizes Dreamliners Order With Boeing
Privately owned Chinese carrier Juneyao Airlines has just announced today that they have finalized an order for five 787-9 Dreamliners with Boeing world's largest aerospace company worth an estimated $1.32 billion dollar at the current list prices. This marks the first order for Boeing from Juneyao and includes an option for five additional 787-9 Dreamliners should the carrier choose to exercise it. Chairman of Juneyao Airlines, Wang Junjin believes that today’s order is the first step in developing their carrier and continuing the excellent relationship with Boeing. Found in 2005 with operations starting 2006, Juneyao Airlines currently operates both domestic and short-haul international flights.
One of China’s largest private carriers, Juneyao offers routes to neighboring countries such as Thailand, Japan and South Korea with plans on the docks to open up new routes to Europe, Australia and North America by 2020. Rick Anderson, Vice president of Sales for Northeast Asia, Boeing Commercial Airplanes emphatically stated that this order is an undeniable endorsement of Juneyao’s supreme confidence in Boeing by making it their first choice to start widebody operations. The 787-9 Dreamliners are expected to keep the carrier competitive in these challenging times. With unmatched fuel efficiency and increased capacity, the 878-9 Dreamliner will provide unprecedented value to all of its customer allowing them to remain competitive.
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Posted on April 5, 2017