Adam Air buy six Boeing 737-400s

Adam Air said it will strengthen its fleet by at least six Boeing 737-400 aircraft this year to increase flights frequency on its domestic routes. Adam Air chief spokesman Danke Dradjat said one of the six aircraft had already arrived and another was on the way to the country, adding the rest would follow before the end of this year.

Currently the airline operates 25 aircraft and the number will increase to 31 by the end of this year, Dradjat said.

The airline plans to continue to strengthen its fleet, he said, adding in the next five year it hopes to have 60 units of aircraft.