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Turkmenistan Airlines Orders Three NG Boeing 737s

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Turkmenistan's national flag carrier Turkmenistan Airlines has confirmed an order with Boeing for three Next-Generation 737-700s. The order is worth approximately US$192 million at list prices.

Turkmenistan Airlines' all-Boeing fleet includes 717s, Classic and Next-Generation 737s, 757s and one 767.

Marty Bentrott, Boeing Commercial Airplanes vice president of Sales for the Middle East, Central and South Asia, said, "I'm confident that Turkmenistan Airlines will benefit from the operational value the Next-Generation 737 brings to airlines through its market-leading reliability and unmatched fuel efficiency."

Since the 737 program's inception, more than 250 customers have taken delivery of more than 6,000 airplanes, making it one of the most successful commercial airplane programs in history.

 The Next-Generation 737, which entered service in 1998, currently has over 5000 orders from more than 100 customers.

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