UK leisure airline Jet2 has ordered four additional Boeing 737-800NGs. The expanding carrier—which is based in the north of England but recently expanded its bases to increase London Stansted—already has 30 737-800s on order, eight of which have been delivered in 2016. The latest tranche is worth $384 million at list prices, although the airline’s parent Dart Group said in an announcement to the London Stock Exchange Dec. 23 it had negotiated “significant ...

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