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Okay Airways takes delivery of its first Boeing 737-900 ER

Okay Airways Co Ltd YH681 5223 (OKY) 3737-900 C1 Take off

Okay Airways (OKAir) (Tianjin) and Boeing (Chicago, Seattle and Charleston) yesterday (January 30) celebrated the delivery of the carrier’s first Next-Generation 737-900 ER (Extended Range). The delivery marks the first 737-900 ER to be delivered to a Chinese customer and is the first of eight 737-900 ERs that Okay Airways has on order.

The addition of the 737-900 ER airplanes will join the existing fleet of 737-800 airplanes.

Okay Airways’ new 737-900 ER is configured with 200 seats in a one-class layout. It will feature Boeing’s Sky Interior.

Okay Airways, the first privately owned airline in China, is headquartered in Beijing with its main hub at Tianjin Binhai International Airport (TSN). Its jetliner fleet includes 13 Boeing 737-800s and one Boeing 737-300 Freighter, which serves more than 100 domestic and international routes.

Photo: Boeing. Boeing 737-9KF ER B-1739 (msn 41114) departs from Boeing Field.

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Okay Airways (OKAir) orders six Boeing 737 MAX 8s and four 737-800s, will also operate the 737-900ER

 

OKAir 737-800, 737 MAX 8, 737-900ER (10)(Flt)(Boeing)(LRW)

Boeing (Chicago and Seattle) and Okay Airways (stylized as OKAir) (Tianjin) announced an order today for six 737 MAX 8s and four Next-Generation 737-800s, valued at $980 million at current list prices.

Okay Airways, the first privately owned airline in China, also announced it will convert five 737-800s from a previous order into 737-900 ERs (Extended Range). With today’s conversion announcement, Okay Airways will be the first airline in China to operate the 737-900 ER and has eight of the airplanes on order.

Okay Airways is headquartered in Beijing with its main hub at Tianjin Binhai International Airport. Its jetliner fleet includes 12 Boeing 737-800s and one Boeing 737-300 Freighter, which serves 40 domestic destinations.

Image: Boeing.

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OKAir changes its livery to orange, white and blue

OKAir (Okay Airways) (Tianjin) has switched its color scheme to this new orange, white and blue combination.

Copyright Photo: Rick Schlamp. Please click on the photo for additional details.

Okay Airways orders 10 Boeing 737-800s

Okay Airways (OKAir.net) (Tianjin) has placed an order for 10 Boeing 737-800s. The order was previously recorded as an unidentified customer.

The private airline currently operates three 737-800s and one 737-300 converted freighter, on trunk routes with direct flights to more than 20 domestic destinations.

Okay Airways also will lease four 737-800s this year, and plans to expand its fleet by leasing five 737-800s each year prior to the new delivery.

Okay Airways leases three Boeing 737-800s from ALAFCO

Okay Airways (OKAir.net) (Tianjin) is leasing three additional Boeing 737-800s from ALAFCO.

Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Ex-ATA Airlines Boeing 737-83N N332TZ (msn 30679) became B-2865 with Okay Airways.

Okay Airways finds new investors and capital

 

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Okay Airways (OKAir.net) (Tianjin) intends to add one or two new investors amounting to a cash injection of approximately $29.2 million.