SAS is to buy six more B737-600s worth an estimated $210 million, adding to its existing order for 35.

South African Airways is to acquire seven B777-200s and two B747-400s.

Amsterdam-based carrier Transavia has ordered eight B737-800s, with options on an additional 12.

Gulf Air has ordered six new Airbus A330-200s. Cathay Pacific is to buy an additional two A330-300s following its order for nine A330s in 1987.

Caribbean-based BWIA International is to replace its fleet with Airbus A340s, A320s and A321s, starting with two ILFC A321s.

Taipei-based Great China Airlines is to purchase its twelfth Dash 8-300.

Comair has placed an order for 10 additional Canadair jets bringing its fleet total to 45.

Brazilian regional TAM has ordered eight Fokker 100s and ten Fokker 50s.


Source: Airline Business