Okay Airways becomes first Chinese Boeing 737-900ER customer; orders 50 MA60s

Tianjin-based Okay Airways has converted an order for three Boeing 737-800s to three 737-900ERS, making it the first Chinese carrier to order the -900ER. Okay, which is expanding its domestic routes as well as regional operation in northeastern China, also announced Monday it had signed an agreement...

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