China’s Ruili Airlines has received its first direct-purchase Boeing 737-700. The new aircraft is the first of 14 737 orders and commitments, comprising eight 737-700s and six 737 MAXs. The Kunming-based carrier currently operates two 737-700s and one 737-800 serving seven domestic routes in China. Ruili Airlines launched formal operations May 18 with a flight from Kunming to Mangshi. The carrier is wholly owned by Yunnan Jingcheng Group and has a registered capital of CNY600 million ...

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