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Published on June 29th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer

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JSA Delivers Two Boeing 737-800’s to Sun Country

Jackson Square Aviation (JSA) has announced the delivery of two Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Sun Country Airlines in the United States. Both aircraft will provide differing missions, one suited for scheduled operation while the other is newly configured to offer a unique service to the airline’s V.I.P. charter customers. The two aircraft have previously operated for Norwegian Airlines and have been returned to Jackson Square following the pandemic and the downsizing of the Norwegian fleet. N840SY (c/n 42084) is a 2017 built aircraft and previously flew for Norwegian as EI-FVL and SE-RRV. It was returned to JSA and arrived in Dublin on 18th March for temporary storage before departing to Bangor on 8th April and on to Seattle for pre-delivery work. Sister ship N839SY (c/n 42083) is also a 2017 built aircraft and previously flew for Norwegian as EI-FVH and SE-RRZ. It was also returned to JSA in Dublin on 18th March and left for Bangor and Seattle on 24th April for pre-delivery work.

Commenting on the delivery to Sun Country, JSA Head of Americas Marketing & OEM Relations, John Yanney said, “We wish Sun Country every success with these aircraft and are delighted to welcome the airline as our newest customer. We are pleased to be able to support Sun Country as it embarks on the next phase of its growth in the American market and look forward to building a long-term partnership with the airline in the years ahead.”

Also commenting on the deal was Sun Country Airlines Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, Grant Whitney who added, “Our focus at Sun Country continues to be fulfilling our commitment to continued, strategic growth of the airline. We’re thrilled to highlight our newest aircraft, in partnership with Jackson Square Aviation, designed to deliver differentiated service for our V.I.P. charter customers.”

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