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Boeing ditches 737 Max name on new Ryanair plane

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Photos shared on Twitter show a plane in Ryanair colours outside Boeing's manufacturing base, with the name 737 Max replaced by 737-8200 (www.bbc.com) Plus d'info...

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chauffeurjim
Jim Pollock 2
They can call it Concorde and I still won't get on it!!
racerxx
racerxx 2
Duplicate https://flightaware.com/squawks/view/1/24_hours/new/74025/Ryanair_drops_MAX_title_from_nose_paint_work_on_its_5th_737_MAX_200
mikehe
Someone listened to The Donald!
spaarks
denis campbell 1
Surely it must be illegal to deceive passengers in this way. I suppose Ryanair can call an aircraft anything it likes, but this is a deliberate attempt to disguise the fact that it is a B737-Stall.
oldfolkie
Iain Girling 1
Sounds like "badge engineering" to try to salvage a reputation. No-one would be stupid enough to fly an aircraft subject to a worldwide grounding notice with just a name change ??
mikehe
Err - wanna bet? It will be fascinating to see how Boeing's marketing teams respond to this challenge - and the corporate bonuses paid when the advertising bears fruit.

Ryanair cannot afford to have one of these drop out of the sky post-reinstatement. Think of the circumstances - the world's worst-reputation airline (for customer service) is no longer annoying its customers, but killing them.... It would spell the end, even of Ryanair.

Therefore, I would be confident that Ryanair will eventually fly the rebranded (and thoroughly re-rested and re-certified) MAX. They are still a lousy airline and I would never use them - the old reputation for c**p customer service shines through!
raymondwatson
raymond watson 1
Boing 737max easy to identify by engine cowling can’t hide that can they.
Bratfalken
I gueesed early that there will be Boeing management visiting every Max with sets of decals and a grinder för the cowling edges

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