South Korean LCC Jeju Air has confirmed plans to order up to 50 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, as it looks to upgauge some routes and expand its network range. The carrier’s board passed a resolution Nov. 20 approving orders for 40 737-8s, with options for another 10. However, it signaled that some of these may be converted to 737-10s. The aircraft would be delivered between 2022 and 2026, the airline said in an investor presentation. Jeju said it needs to continue to reduce unit costs to ...

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