777 Partners, a Miami-based firm plans to buy 30 Boeing 737 MAX jets

The miami-based investment firm, 777 Partners has decided to buy 30 more Boeing  737 MAX jets as the company plans to expand its low-cost airlines. Also, the company has said that it is planning to buy up to 66 MAX more jets for its low-cost airlines.

Accordingly, the company will utilise its 737 MAX purchases to launch two budget carriers, Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier ‘Flair Airlines’ which serves in around 30 cities across Canada, U.S and Mexico and ‘Bonza Airline’ which is an Australian start-up that will start it’s operations this year. Consequently, this new plan will boost the growth of the company’s aviation businesses in the world.

By utilising the MAX platform, the 777 Partners aviation will boost the company’s capacity to provide ultra-low cost airlines to a global community. Further, the company said that it’s aviation platform, which is now expanded till two continents and two airlines, will soon be expanded more across the world.


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