City Bird Flies Away In Another Boeing 737-800

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.

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