Japan’s Skymark Aims For 50 Aircraft In Four Years

Skymark Airlines plans to nearly triple its fleet over the next four years so it can capture market share from All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL). The carrier plans to have a fleet of 50 aircraft in four years and achieve that target largely by adding more Boeing 737-800s on lease...

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