Ireland-based budget airline Ryanair is reportedly drawing to rebrand its Boeing 737 Max jets following two fatal crashes.
The rebranding is foresaw to be implemented once the aircraft gets approval to fly again.
Ryanair has a swift of 420 Boeing jets and has not yet operated the newly ordered aircraft, which has been instructed worldwide following two fatal crashes.
Photos have emerged of a Boeing 737 Max in Ryanair stamping outside the Boeing manufacturing hub with the name 737-8200 in region of 737 Max on the tip of its nose. The 737-8200 is a type name for the aircraft that is against by regulatory bodies in the aviation industry.
In addition to Ryanair, International Airlines Clique (IAG) also announced a letter of intent signed at the Paris Airshow, referring the aircraft as 200 B737 aircraft. IAG replied that the new aircraft, described as a mix of 737-8 and 737-10 aircraft, will associate oneself with its fleet from 2023.
Ryanair did not respond to a request on the rebranding of its 737 Max jets, reported Proprietorship Insider. The news agency also said that Boeing denied to comment on the apparent rebranding.
Recently, American Airlines announced an height of cancellations for the 737 Max aircraft until early November.
It is reported that Boeing 737 Max jets are dubious to be approved for operation before 2020.
Last month, US regulators found a concealed risk in Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft during simulator trials, which is suitable to delay test flights.
Earlier last month, the company announced that some of its 737 jets, comprehending many 737 Max aircraft, may have faulty parts on their wings.