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JAL subsidiary to order 737-800

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 28, 2014
JTA will replace its 737-400s with 737-800s. (Boeing)
JTA will replace its 737-400s with 737-800s. (Boeing)

Japan Air Lines subsidiary Japan Transocean Air (JTA) has selected the Boeing 737-800 to replace its fleet of 737-400s on regional services from the island of Okinawa.

The agreement with Boeing is for 12 -800s, and allows JTA the flexibility to change to the 737MAX if required.

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