CEO Victor Hasson, left of the two flight attendants in front row, and other employees of the Belgian airline City Bird S. A., pose with Boeing employees and other well-wishers following the delivery of the airline's second Boeing 737-800 in Seattle. The airplane is being leased from GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), a GE Capital Company. City Bird's first 737-800 was delivered April 26, and another will be delivered on May 14. Both are being leased from Boullioun Aviation. The 737-800, which can fly up to 2,905 nautical miles (5,380 kilometers) in a one-class configuration, features an all-new, spacious Boeing 777-style interior. The new, advanced-technology wing design on the models helps improve fuel efficiency.