Lion Group, the Indonesian-based airline cluster, is in talks with Boeing to accelerate deliveries of 737-800/900ERs from 2016 onwards as it seeks to capitalize on the rapid market expansion of its main airline operation, Lion Air, as well as its swiftly growing regional affiliates. The Lion Group, which marked the delivery of the carrier’s 100th Next Generation 737 at Boeing Field, Seattle, on Nov 4, has more than 300 further 737s in the order backlog. This includes 230 twinjets ordered ...
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