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Copa orders 22 737s

written by australianaviation.com.au | December 1, 2010
Copa's 20 737-700s will soon be joined by 22 737-800s.

Panama’s Copa Airlines has ordered 22 Boeing 737-800s and taken options on a further 10 aircraft.

“These 22 firm aircraft plus 10 options, which deliver between 2015 and 2018, are an integral part of our medium term growth plan,” said Pedro Heilbron, CEO of Copa Airlines. “This is the largest aircraft order in Copa’s history, which is a reflection not only of our confidence in the future of Latin America and Panama, but also of our successful business model, which has made our Hub of the America’s the best connecting point for intra-Latin America travel.”

The order had previously been attributed to an unnamed customer on Boeing’s orders and deliveries website.

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