- 01 August, 1998
- SOURCE: Airline Business
Korean Air has ordered 11 Boeing 737-800s and 22 737-900s, plus five options for a mix of these aircraft types. Deliveries are scheduled to commence August 2000 through to July 2005. China Aviation Supplies has ordered 10 737s. Condor Flugdienst has ordered one 757-300 for delivery in the last quarter of 1999. Qantas has ordered three 747-400s for delivery in 1999 and 2000. Air France has placed 20 firm orders for Airbus A319s and A321s, plus 20 options. Corsair has ordered two A330-200s for delivery in July 1999 and February 2000. Air Wisconsin has ordered four Canadair CRJ-200LRs for delivery in the first quarter of 1999. British Airways franchisee Maersk Air has converted one of its 10 outstanding options for a CRJ-200LR to a firm order. The Cuban Civil Aviation Corporation has ordered four ATR 42-300s for delivery to Aerocaribbean and Aerogaviota in 1998.