Pegasus Aviation Finance Company orders six Boeing Next-Generation 737-800s

Travel News Asia 11 August 2005

Leasing company, Pegasus Aviation Finance, has ordered six Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 jetliners - the first direct purchase from Boeing by San Francisco-based Pegasus.

The new airplanes, with a list price value totaling $400 million, are scheduled for delivery starting in 2006.

"This milestone transaction with Boeing enables us to enhance our Next-Generation inventory we can offer to our global customer base," said Richard S. Wiley, president and CEO of Pegasus. "With the global popularity of the Next-Generation 737 family, these new 737-800s will be placed quickly and will provide years of economical and reliable service to our airline customers."

This order will bring the Pegasus Next-Generation 737 fleet to 30 airplanes.

Pegasus offers a complete range of aircraft for all missions, with a worldwide customer base of more than 80 passenger and cargo carriers in over 40 countries.

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