Greater Bay Airlines (GBA) placed a firm order of 15 737-9 aircraft along with a commitment for five 787 Dreamliners. The new order is a part of GBA’s long-term plan to launch international long-haul service. According to the airline, the 737-9 will be the backbone of its future fleet as it seeks to operate more flights between Hong Kong and major cities in Asia and Mainland China. GBA plans to leverage the 737-9’s enhanced capacity and range to lower trip costs and expand its network. “The 737-9 will allow GBA to open up new routes from Hong Kong with unmatched economics,” said Wong Cho Bau, chairman

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