Cayman Airways is to lease four Boeing 737 MAX 8s as it embarks on a fleet renewal program. The Caribbean carrier, a long-time Boeing customer, will replace four 737-300s that are approaching 25 years of age. The new aircraft, which will come from lessor Air Lease Corp. (ALC), will begin arriving in December 2018 through 2020. To help bridge the gap, ALC will lease a single Boeing 737-800 from December 2016 for around two years. After retiring the -300s, “the logical progression ...

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