BOC Aviation orders three Dreamliners more


Singapore - The leasing company BOC Aviation has ordered three Boeing 787-9, bringing the total number of the ordered Dreamliners to fourteen.

The contract for three Dreamliner was announced on June 1 and has an estimated value of $ 845 million at list price. The devices will be delivered in 2020 and destined for the Spanish low-cost operator Air Europa.

Spanish carrier has already put into operation two of the sixteen Dreamliners expected.

We are delighted to continue our partnership with Air Europa as it strengthens its long-haul transportation capabilities,
Robert Martin, CEO of BOC Aviation, said in a statement.

The Asian leasing company has currently 14, 787-9 acquired directly from Boeing. BOC owns or manages a fleet of 488 aircraft, with 82 customers in 33 countries across the globe.



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