JAL has ordered five B777-300s to enter service in 1998. The carrier already has 10 B777-200s on order with options on a further 10.

Uzbekistan Airways has ordered two B767-300ERs and one B757.

The National Civil Aviation Authority of Turkmenistan has ordered two Rolls-Royce powered B757s.

Lufthansa CityLine has ordered two additional Avro RJ85s, Turkish Airlines four RJ70s, and National Jet Systems one RJ70.

Transavia Airlines has leased a new B757-200 from ILFC.

Scandanavian carrier Air Express has selected the Beech 1900D in an upgrade of its fleet. Meanwhile, Lider Taxi Aereo SA of Brazil has taken delivery of two Beechjet 400As, and European carrier Corpavia Club has signed a deal for 12 400As.


Source: Airline Business