Sriwijaya Air has taken delivery of two Boeing 737-900ERs - the first of the variant in its fleet.
The delivery comes after the Indonesian carrier placed the order for the two jets at the Paris air show in June.
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"Today is a very important day for Sriwijaya Air, with the delivery of our first all-new airplanes," says the airline’s president Chandra Lie. "These new 737-900ERs allow us to remain a leader in the market with superior economics and the ability to provide our customers with a world-class cabin experience."
Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database shows that the two aircraft bears the registration PK-CMO and PK-CMP. These aircraft will be put on sale-and-leaseback transactions with Aergo Capital. The carrier has 37 aircraft in its fleet, comprising the 737 Classics as well as the 737-800
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