Boeing and Japan’s Skymark Airlines have announced the airline’s plan to add up to 12 737 MAX airplanes as part of its fleet modernisation efforts.

The carrier intends to order four airplanes including the 737-8 and 737-10 variants with options for two additional jets.

Separately, the airline will add six lessor-owned 737-8s to its fleet.

Upgraded Boeing fleet

Based in Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, Skymark Airlines is Japan’s third largest carrier by revenue and currently operates an all-Boeing fleet of 29 Next-Generation 737-800s.

“As Skymark Airlines looks to sustainably grow its fleet, the 737 MAX family offers market-leading efficiency and environmental performance,” said Ihssane Mounir, Boeing’s senior vice president of commercial sales and marketing.

“With commonality and enhanced capabilities, the 737-8 and 737-10 will enable Skymark Airlines to optimise its fleet across all operations.”
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