Indonesia regional carrier Sriwijaya Air has taken delivery of its first of two Boeing 737-900ER aircraft to be used to extend the carrier's capacity on both domestic and international routes. The airline—which is the third-largest Indonesian carrier after flag carrier Garuda and Lion Air—placed a firm order for two of the aircraft in June 2015, with an option to buy or lease up to 25 more. Sriwijaya Air President Chandra Lie said the new 737s would bring "superior ...

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