Okinawa-based Japan Transocean Air (JTA), a member of JAL Group, has selected 12 Boeing 737-800 aircraft in an order valued at $1.1 billion at list prices. The aircraft, which are scheduled to enter into service from 2016, marks the start of the airline’s fleet renewal program. As part of the agreement, JTA will have the option to switch to the 737 MAX family of aircraft. JTA’s new 737-800s will be powered by CFM International CFM56-7 engines. According to CFM, the engine order ...

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