Ryanair has dropped the word ‘MAX’ on of one of its Boeing 737 MAX 200.
A photo posted by a Renton-based aviation spotter (@AeroimagesChris) shows a Ryanair Boeing 737 MAX 200 without the MAX branding.
The word ‘MAX’ on the exterior of the aircraft, which is now simply designated as a Boeing 737-8200.
Ryanair has 135 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on order. The ultra-low-cost carrier is set to become the first operator of the Boeing 737 MAX 200 variation, a modified version of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 with densely-configured cabins.
During Paris Air Show, IAG (the parent company of British Airways) signed a letter of intent to acquire 200 Boeing 737 MAXs without mentioning the term “MAX.” Instead, Boeing 737-8 and 737-10 were mentioned.