South Korean startup carrier Air Premia is already taking steps to grow its Boeing 787 fleet, even before the airline has operated its first scheduled service. Air Premia said it has decided to order five 787-9s from Boeing, with the deal to be listed on the manufacturer’s orders and deliveries website when it is finalized. Earlier this year, Air Premia said it reached an agreement to lease three 787-9s from Air Lease Corp., and the latest orders are expected to arrive after the ...

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