Okay Airways Introducing 737-900ER In China

Credit: Okay Airways
BEIJING—Okay Airways, with an operating base at Tianjin, has taken delivery of China’s first Boeing 737-900ER. The aircraft, which takes over as the largest type in the carrier’s fleet, is the first of eight 737-900ERs privately owned Okay is due to receive, including five originally ordered as...

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