First picture of Hak Air B737-400
Hak Air’s first B737-400 (5N-BOV) was spotted at Jakarta Airport, Indonesia. The airline is a new entrant on the domestic market and acquired four nineteen-year-old B734s (to be registered 5N-BOT, 5N-BOU, 5N-BOV, 5N-BOW) from Garuda Citylink last year. The livery of the airline is not very exciting.
Hak Air was incorporated in 1990 to provide Aircraft for passenger and cargo on schedule and charter flights, wet and dry lease operations. Its owner, Harry Kuti, was prosecuted for his involvement in the demise of Nigeria Airways in 2003. He charged prolonged rentals and overpriced maintenance expenses, according to an investigation.