Nok Air expands with more 737-800s
Thai low-cost carrier Nok Air has received two additional Boeing 737-800s, increasing the total number of the type it has to eight.
The first aircraft (MSN 32577), equipped with CFM56-7B26 engines was leased from GECAS. The 2001-vintage aircraft was previously operated by JetKonnect.
Nok Air also leased (MSN 35094) from SMBC Aviation Capital. The 2007-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Pegasus Airlines.
Kish Air acquired three Fokker F100 (11330, 11492, 11495) aircraft with Tay 650-15 engines that were previously operated by Brit Air. The first aircraft was built in 1991, the remaining two in 1995.
Livingston wetleased an Airbus A330-200 (1008) aircraft with Trent 772B-60 engines from Hi Fly. The 2009-vintage aircraft is on lease from ILFC.
Myanma Airways leased an Embraer 190AR (19000231) aircraft with CF34-10E6A1 engines from GECAS. The 2008-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Republic Airlines.
Oman Air wetleased a Boeing 737-800 (38025) aircraft with CFM56-7B26 engines from Travel Service Airlines. The 2012-vintage aircraft is on lease from GECAS.
PAL Principal Airlines wetleased an Airbus A330-300 (1097) aircraft with Trent 772B-60 engines from Orbest Espana. The 2010-vintage aircraft is on lease from AWAS.
Sky Airline leased an Airbus A319 (2378) aircraft with CFM5B5/P engines from SMBC Aviation Capital. The 2004-vintage aircraft was previously operated by easyJet.
Smartlynx Airlines leased an Airbus A320 (0533) aircraft with CFM5B4/2P engines from FLY Leasing. The 1995-vintage aircraft was previously operated by OLT Express Poland.
Ural Airlines leased an Airbus A320 (3189) aircraft with CFM56-5B4/P engines from Summit Aero Engine. The 2007-vintage aircraft was previously operated by All Nippon Airways.