JTA To Order 737-800s For Fleet Renewal

Okinawa-based carrier Japan Transocean Air (JTA) has selected Boeing 737-800s to replace its fleet of 737-400s. The carrier says it has reached a deal to order 12 of the -800s, and it has the option of converting them to 737 MAX orders at a later date. JTA operates 13 -400s on Japanese domestic...

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