JTA goes for Boeing narrowbodies

Okinawa-based Japan Transocean Air (JTA) has ordered 12 Boeing 737-800

1st Apr 2014


JTA goes for Boeing narrowbodies

Okinawa-based Japan Transocean Air (JTA) has ordered 12 Boeing 737-800, with an option to switch to the renengined MAX model.
The order, valued at $1.1 billion at list prices, will mark the start of the airline's fleet renewal program with the new airplanes scheduled to enter into service from 2016.


A member of the Japan Airlines Group, JTA is based in Naha, Okinawa, and currently operates a fleet of 737-400 airplanes on domestic routes linking Okinawa with major Japanese cities as well as other islands within Okinawa Prefecture.
 

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