Fiji Airways Selects 737 MAX For Fleet Renewal

Credit: Boeing
AUCKLAND—Fiji Airways has reached a deal that will allow it to replace its current narrowbody aircraft fleet with five Boeing 737-8s. The carrier operates four 737-800s and a 737-700. Its new 737s are scheduled to arrive in 2018–19, and will be subject to a sale-leaseback arrangement with GE Capital...

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