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Next-Generation 737 Is The 50th Boeing Delivered To Air Algerie

Airline Has Been Flying Boeing Aircraft For 40 Years

North African carrier Air Algerie has taken delivery of its 50th Boeing jetliner ... this one a Next-Generation 737-800. The delivery marks a milestone in the 40-year relationship between Boeing and the airline. Since receiving its first Boeing airplane in March 1971, Air Algerie has expanded to include 18 737s and three 767s. The 737 was the fourth of seven ordered in 2009.

"Boeing airplanes have delivered exceptional value in our growth plan," said Abdelwahid Bouabdellah, president director general and CEO of Air Algerie. "In addition to the long relationship we enjoy, selecting Boeing airplanes was a sound economic decision since it meant fleet standardization and ability to use experienced pilots and engineers already familiar with the airplanes."

"Boeing truly values its long relationship with Air Algerie that has spanned 40 years," said Marty Bentrott, vice president of Sales for Middle East, Russia and Central Asia. "Keeping in mind its customers' needs and a competitive environment, the airline has focused on modernization – from its fleet to its management tools, aircraft maintenance, training, information systems and in-flight services. We look forward to continuing this partnership and playing a role in Air Algerie's expansion plans."

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