Okay Airways has established Xi’an as its overnight base and has opened two new routes to Krabi and Bangkok as it accelerates its expansion pace. The Tianjin-based carrier took delivery of its first of eight Boeing 737-900ERs earlier this week, becoming the first Chinese carrier to operate the type. Okay noted it would allocate seven Boeing 737 aircraft, including the 737-900 ER, to its Xi’an base by the end of 2017. It currently operates 28 aircraft and plans to expand its fleet ...

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