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JC Airlines adds fourth jet to a growing fleet

JC Airlines adds fourth jet to a growing fleet

JC International Airlines received its fourth Airbus A320 yesterday, with one more Airbus set to arrive this year before the company more than doubles its aircraft lineup in 2018, the brand manager for the airline said yesterday.

“Because of the huge growth of international arrivals and the domestic tourism industry, we will keep on bringing in new planes to meet the market demand,” said Cheav Kirirom.

JC Airlines, which is part-owned by Yunnan Jingcheng Group, inaugurated service in March of this year and currently offers international flights to Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Thailand and Taiwan. The operator plans on running scheduled service to Singapore next month.

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