Sky's the limit

One of the best things about our Next Generation 737 is that it just keeps getting better. Our 737 team, despite already producing the best-selling commercial airplane family in history, has never been content to rest on its laurels. Instead, the team keeps working on new and innovative ways to improve the airplane, using the most advanced technologies to make it more efficient, more environmentally progressive and more appealing to the passenger.

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Malaysia Airlines’ first Next Generation 737 equipped with the Boeing Sky Interior

Over the past week, the program reached another milestone, delivering the first two Next Generation 737s equipped with our new Boeing Sky Interior to Middle Eastern carrier flydubai and to Malaysian Airlines. When we introduced the program last year, I shared some details and photos.

Now, we have the real thing. Here’s a video of Beverly Wyse, our 737 VP and GM, taking you on a tour of flydubai’s new Next Generation 737, the first Boeing Sky Interior-equipped airplane.

I can’t wait to get a chance to fly the Boeing Sky Interior myself, and we’ll all have plenty of opportunity: Forty-six customers have ordered more than 1,200 airplanes with this new cabin — showing that when it comes to innovation, the sky’s the limit!

Comments (2)

Thiagarajan K Rengasamy (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia):

Malaysia Airlines’ first Next Generation 737 is just fantastic.

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

The color combinations to the Sky Interior are practically limitless for whatever the time of day the sky is in or the colors of the airline flying the plane. Just like the winglets have been installed on virtually all 737NGs and some classics I can see the Sky Interior being standard on nearly all 737NGs as well as classic 737s and perhaps 757s in a few years.

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