Aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation orders 10 B737 MAX 10 worth $1.25bn


Posted by Sade Williams


Aircraft lessor BOC Aviation has ordered 10 Boeing 737 MAX 10s in a deal worth USD$1.25 billion at current list prices.


The order, first announced at the Paris Air Show in June, according to airwisenews, established BOC as a launch customer of the largest member of the 737 MAX family of single-aisle jets.


BOC Aviation chief executive Robert Martin said the aircraft “offers airlines greater capacity combined with excellent operating costs and fuel efficiency.”


The Singapore-based lessor has ordered a total of 84 737 MAX aircraft, out of a fleet of 493 owned, managed and ordered jets.

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