Malaysia’s Firefly Confirms It Will Operate Boeing 737-400s

Malaysia Airlines’ low-cost carrier Firefly confirmed that it is adding Boeing 737-400s, rather than limiting its jet fleet to newer Boeing 737-800s. The carrier says it will receive its first 737-400 on March 26 and plans to station the aircraft in the southern Malaysian city of Johor Bahru...

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