Jet Asia Airways gets 6th Boeing 767

2 January 2014

Jet Asia Airways has accepted the delivery of its sixth Boeing (NYSE: BA) 767 aircraft, registered HS-JAS at its main base in Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Int´l Airport.

The Rolls Royce powered Boeing 767-300ER is the first of its series to join the fleet. Painted in a special livery, HS-JAS is configured with 268 seats. The introduction of the 300ER series is aimed at increasing the seat capacity on Jet Asia´s popular Tokyo route.

Jet Asia Airways, founded in 2009, is a Thai carrier operating wide body Boeing 767s. Based out of Bangkok´s Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Jet Asia Airways specializes in block charter, full charter, ad-hoc and wet lease operations. The company´s website is at www.flyjetasia.com.

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