Surinam Airways eyes Boeing for imminent fleet renewal

Surinam Airways (SLM) must renew its fleet by November when the lease of the current three Boeing 737-300s expires and, from recent statements by the CEO of SLM Robbi Lachmisingh, the state owned company will most likely choose the Boeing 737-700, which has the range to reach New York City.

SLM will also move to ETops or twin engine on the mid-Atlantic route between Holland and Suriname.

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