South Korean carrier, Jeju Air, has announced plans to increase its fleet 737-800s to 40 aircraft by 2019. Hyuk Park, director of planning, said that the airline aims to maintain a 20% growth [rate] for the next five years. Jeju currently operates 24 737-800s, with two more scheduled for delivery this year, which lessors are bidding for at the moment.

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