UNI Airways, a subsidiary of EVA Airways, has acquired four new Boeing MD-90s, The Boeing Company announced today. UNI, based in Taiwan, will take delivery of the MD-90s over the next three months.
These four airplanes join 10 MD-90s currently in UNI Airways' fleet and will be used on domestic routes, as well as on an expanding regional route system.
The MD-90s were acquired through Aircraft Trading, a department of the Commercial Airplanes organization at Boeing. Aircraft Trading markets new and used Boeing-owned aircraft acquired through trades, lease returns and other mechanisms to customers worldwide.
"UNI Airways clearly recognizes the value of the MD-90 as a dependable investment that will help the airline continue to successfully grow its business. We are pleased to have worked closely with this valued customer to provide flexible solutions," said Toby Bright, vice president - Aircraft Trading.