Indonesian carrier Sriwijaya Air wants to lease more Boeing 737-500/800s and has put its last 737-200s up for sale. The airline is aggressively marketing its 737-200s to potential buyers, Jeff Jauwena, Sriwijaya Air corporate planning and business development director, tells Aviation Week in Jakarta. The airline’s fleet consists of four 737-200s, 12 737-300s, six 737-400s, 12 737-500s and four 737-800s, says Jauwena. Sriwijaya is actively seeking to get more 737-500s on finance lease ...

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