Fiji Airways plans to begin replacing its Boeing 737s with newer versions later this year, and is also evaluating widebody replacements. The airline said its first 737-8 is scheduled to arrive in November, with a second expected in December. The remainder of its five orders will come in 2019. These aircraft are slated to replace Fiji Airways’ current fleet of four 737-800s and one -700. The -8s will serve short-haul markets in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere in the South ...

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