Des chiffres qui font pâlir !
Bon , c'est AirInsight, Addison Schönland qui le dit mais ...
Des 737 vendus à 25 millions de $ en 2001 à MOL, et il en reste une trentaine à livrer ?
Holé, j'espère que c'est sans les moteurs !
------------------------ Le lien et un extrait ! -----------------------http://airinsight.com/2011/10/26/taking-a-bite-out-of-ryanair/#more-3046
For some years now he has been trying to
secure another large airplane order from Boeing. His last order came in
right after 9/11 when Boeing was rightfully concerned about its backlog
and order book and gave Ryanair a deal - but it was a once in a
lifetime situation. Those dark days have replaced by other scary news,
like oil prices. Bad as these are they are nowhere near as terrifying as
the aftermath of 9/11.
Boeing has rebuffed Ryanair's interest in
more 737s at ridiculous prices. We can hint that they are paying under
$25m per (in 2001 dollars). Considering American and Delta are paying
25% more for orders the size Mr O'Leary is talking about you can readily
see why Boeing is not playing ball.
In the FT article we see once again the
threats of speaking to China and Russia about airplanes. Airbus, as long
as John Leahy is chief salesman, will not entertain offering Ryanair
anything. Indeed, given Airbus' A320 order book they don't need to be
giving anyone discounts at all.