Eastern Air Lines Group said it has ordered Boeing 10 737-800NG aircraft, with additional purchase rights for 10 MAX 8 aircraft. In February, ATW reported the US Department of Transportation (DOT) was reviewing an application for a new Eastern Air Lines to renew service as a charter service in December, pending DOT and FAA approval. CEO Ed Wegel bought the Eastern name and logo out of bankruptcy court in 2009 with plans to run charter operations out of the former Eastern Air Lines ...

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