Texel Air, a private carrier and MRO operator based in Bahrain, is opening a new chapter for Boeing 737NG aircraft.
In a market that demands more flexibility, Texel took delivery yesterday of a B737-700 that can be operated in seven different configurations.
The plane, modified by MRO and conversion provider Pemco World Air Services, is the first 737-700 FlexCombi that can be turned into different configurations inside of 48 hours, with some …
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