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Plans to deliver 20 Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft over the next 12 months: Flydubai

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Dubai-based budget carrier Flydubai has uncovered plans to take conveyance of 20 Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft over the course of the following a year as the organization keeps on outlining a course of recuperation from the coronavirus pandemic.

And regardless of additional headwinds being confronted all around the world looking like new changes of the virus, especially the current omicron variant, CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith has uncovered trust in the area’s continuous recuperation.

He said: “Travel stays muddled, because of the changing travel limitations, yet our travelers perceive that while there are extra necessities to be met it is conceivable.

“We are seeing an increment in demand for travel and that is reflected in our developing number of week after week flights which have surpassed pre-pandemic levels for a similar period in 2019.”

Flydubai at present works a solitary armada sort of 59 Boeing 737 aircraft, including 34 Next-Generation Boeing 737-800, 22 Boeing 737 MAX 8 and three Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft.

The airline, which has conveyed 75 million travelers since its send off in June 2009, boasts a network of 118 objections in 50 nations. Around 22 destinations joined the Flydubai network last year as the organization worked back from the overwhelming effect of the Covid pandemic.

Al Ghaith said: “Dubai has started to lead the pack in restoring tourism and we should thank the UAE Government for its part in carrying out the fundamental measures to keep us generally safe while permitting the business to recuperate.

“We can anticipate sending off more courses this year and giving more travelers a chance to Flydubai.”

Flydubai relaunched its armada of Boeing 737 Max aircraft back into the skies in April last year, following a 20-month survey which included the manufacturer, scientists, engineers, regulators, researchers, mechanics and pilots. The aircraft had been grounded after two accidents, by Lion Air in October 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines in March 2019, which claimed the lives of 346 travelers.


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