Okay Provides Welcome 737 MAX 9 Order

Tianjin-based Okay Airways is to order eight 737 MAX 8s, three 737 MAX 9s and one 737-900ER, subject to Chinese government approval.

<p>Tianjin-based Okay Airways is to order eight 737 MAX 8s, three 737 MAX 9s and one 737-900ER, subject to Chinese government approval.<p>The order is a small boost for Boeing’s 737 MAX 9 – the largest of its re-engined narrowbodies – which has sold poorly against Airbus’ rival A321neo. It also takes Okay’s 737 MAX backlog to 17 aircraft. The airline also has options of a further eight.<p>Privately-owned Okay currently operates 14 737-800s, three 737-900ERs and one 737-300 freighter on more than 100 domestic and international routes.</p>

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