HANOI—Thailand-based LCC NokScoot intends to add its first Boeing 737s this year, which will allow the carrier to down gauge some of its lower-demand, widebody routes. The carrier currently operates four 777-200s. However, it plans to operate five used 737s by the end of this year, said Raymond Tan, NokScoot’s head of engineering and fleet management. This would represent a significant departure for NokScoot, which was established as a joint venture between Singapore’s ...


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