Tianjin-based Okay Airways has taken delivery of its first of eight Boeing 737-900ERs. The delivery marks the first 737-900ER to be delivered to a Chinese customer.  “The 737-800 has been the backbone of our fleet and has fueled our growth with its proven reliability and efficiency,” Okay Airways president Liu Weining said. “The addition of the 737-900ER airplanes will fit seamlessly into our existing fleet of 737-800 airplanes, allowing us to efficiently match ...

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