RAK Airways, the United Arab Emirates-based startup that launched service from Ras Al Khaimah in November, selected Boeing to provide its narrowbody fleet. It placed an order yesterday for four 737-800s plus two options worth AED1.65 billion ($449.2 million), it said in a statement cited by numerous press reports from UAE. RAK started flying last fall to Beirut, Colombo, Sofia and Dhaka with leased 757s (ATWOnline, Nov. 30). It said it plans to start flights to India in April and fly to 20 ...

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