Dragon Aviation Leasing has taken delivery of
four Next-Generation Boeing 737-800s.
The deliveries represent the first four of
ten additional Next-Generation 737-800s Dragon Aviation Leasing
currently has on order.
The order, which is valued at $933 million at
current list prices, was previously posted to Boeing's Orders and
Deliveries website as an unidentified customer.
"Dragon Aviation Leasing is committed to
providing our customers with market-leading products and the
Next-Generation 737-800 is a perfect fit for our current business
model," said Jean-Louis Chevrot, CEO, Dragon Aviation Leasing.
"The 737's superior efficiency and reliability will enable us to
meet the growing demands of our customers who are expanding or
replacing their aging fleets."
With these deliveries Dragon Aviation Leasing's
fleet of 737-800s is now at eleven, with six additional 737s to be
delivered in order to meet increasing demand for fuel-efficient
single-aisle airplanes in the marketplace.
Based in Beijing, Dragon Aviation Leasing was
established in 2006 and is a joint venture between China Aviation
Supplies Holding Company AerCap, CACIB AirFinance and East Epoch
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