Flybondi CFO Mike Powell, Flybondi CEO Julian Cook and Boeing commercial director-Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay José Sicilia.
Argentine ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) startup Flybondi has selected the Boeing 737-800 as its launch aircraft and is ready to begin negotiations for up to 50 737 MAX 200s. Giving a March 15 update, Flybondi said it had chosen the 737-800 over the Airbus A320 and honed its launch schedule to September. The startup had previously announced a start date in the second half of 2017. “We are convinced the Boeing 737-800 is the right aircraft to develop the ULCC model in Argentina and are ...
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