easyJet's newest Boeing
737-700, painted in the airline's distinctive orange and white colours, takes off on its delivery flight from Seattle to the United Kingdom. The airplane, delivered at the end of April, is the 25th new Boeing 737 the popular United Kingdom low-fare carrier has purchased from Boeing. Since 1997, easyJet has added 12 Boeing 737-300s and 13 Next-Generation 737-700s to its fleet. The airline flies 737s on 44 routes to 17 key cities in nine European countries. The 737, which is known to be economical to operate and extremely reliable, allows profitable easyJet to deliver its passengers to their destinations on time. This milestone 25th 737 will be headquartered at easyJet's base in Liverpool, England.