Airborne Says Flair Was In Default On 737 MAX Leases For Months
Aircraft lessor Airborne claims it seized three Boeing 737-8s and one 737-800 from Canadian ULCC Flair after several months of the airline regularly defaulting on payments, which contradicts Flair’s assessment of the seizure. Flair’s CEO Stephen Jones stated during a March 14 media briefing the...
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