Lucky Air has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 Max 8, bringing it to a fleet of 53 aircraft.
The CFM International Leap 1B-powered jet, registered B-206N, is configured with 189 seats in an all-economy layout.
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Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that the aircraft is owned by General Electric Capital Corp and managed by GECAS. It also lists the Chinese carrier as having another five Max 8s on order.
Lucky Air currently operates its 32 737s largely within eastern China, and also on international services to Thailand, Malaysia and Japan.