December 1, 2021

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Boeing 737 Max in Ryanair, Caribbean Airlines and New Zealand



Airlines Cheap Ryanair Operated its first commercial aircraft Boeing 737 8-200 197 places, first places in twelve 737 Max8 Ordered Caribbean Airlines Made its first aircraft. The New Zealand When the borders reopen – the redesigned single-aisle has been authorized to return to its airspace to benefit Fiji Airways.

Then received Last week Two in 210 737 8-200 Ordered, added an Irish expert to the business service, in a nutshell: EI-HEN 23 June 2021 Dublin At the airport London-Stansted, The largest platform on the Ryanair network should initially stop MAXs (which is still the case according to Flytrador 24). Of the 12 flights expected this summer, six will wear the Ryanair delivery and the other six will wear Malta Air, Polish subsidiary Buzz Its first device was ready at Renton for several months but still had to wait a while.

Located at the airport Port of Spain-Barco, Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean Airlines Twelve attended the first flight of the 9Y-GUY 737 Max8 Orders In 2018. No delivery date has been announced, especially one Restoration It has been reported following the loss of a record $ 103 million in 2020 due to the Govt-19 epidemic. About 25% of workers were to be laid off, and the fleet of 17 aircraft was “greatly reduced”. Caribbean Airlines had already surrendered two 737-800 aircraft, the third to land since the spring of 2020; It only runs on nine 737-800s and six ADR 72-600s. All its aircraft, including MAXs, are leased.

Finally, in connection with the reconnected single aisle, two accidents involving Lion Air and later Ethiopian Airlines involved 346 people. New Zealand green light When they return to its airspace. The regulator CAA noted that this recognition is about two 737 MAX 8s Fiji Airways (Four were added to the service From 2018 Of the five ordered).

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CAA Deputy Director General David Harrison explained that he had worked with his Fijian opponent to acknowledge the revenue: Given the growing context of the health crisis, the date for adding these flights to the flight schedules between New Zealand and Fiji has not yet been decided. But travelers can be confident that nothing has been noticed to ensure that all the necessary security improvements have been put in place, so when these planes return to the skies of New Zealand, they do so safely. .

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