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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, U.S. - The American charter specialist  Eastern Airlines adds a-18-year-old Boeing 777-200ER to its fleet, which was previously owned and operated by Singapore Airlines among others.
The aircraft registered N771KW has an all-economy cabin for 406 passengers and was being to transport the Muslim pilgrims between Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. The aircraft is currently stored in Victorville, California.

Eastern will deploy its new Boeing 772ER will on long haul routes from New York JFK Guyana to Guayaquil and Ecuador. The operator might also use the B772ER for cargo transportation whenever needed.
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