Wed, Dec 31, 2008
Adds Four Planes To Original Contract
Copa Airlines and Boeing announced Wednesday Copa's firm order
for four Boeing 737-800 Next-Generation aircraft for delivery
within the next three years.
Copa now has increased its orders for Boeing 737 aircraft from
nine to 13, with options for future orders.
"These additional aircraft will enable Copa to continue
strengthening its leadership position in the Latin American airline
industry, as well as provide our passengers an attractive product
and a highly efficient aircraft," said Pedro Heilbron, CEO, Copa
Airlines. "Our fleet plan is flexible, allowing us to replace
aircraft as their leases expire or to support additional
Copa's current fleet consists of 42 aircraft, 27 737s and 15
Embraer 190s. The Boeing 737-800 seats 160 passengers, 16 in
Executive Class and 144 in the main cabin.
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