FLYDUBAI had AED841m net income for 2021 (vs AED198.2m in 2019) on 12% lower revenues, and ended year with 59 aircraft, including 34 737-800s, 22 737-8s and three 737-9s, with 20 737-8s due in 2022. It says in July it reached agreement with Boeing to revise down number of aircraft it will receive by...

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