Boeing delivers Bavaria International's First Next-Generation 737-800

Travel News Asia Thursday, 7 September 2006

Bavaria International Aircraft Leasing has taken delivery of the company's first Next-Generation 737-800. New Delhi, India-based Air Sahara will operate the airplane.

Bavaria, based in Munich, Germany, has a variety of Boeing airplanes on lease to operators around the globe, including 11 737-300s, six 737-700s and five 717-200s. Bavaria will take delivery of a second 737-800 later this month.

"The 737 is the preferred jetliner among our leasing customers," said Karsten Sensen, chief executive officer of Bavaria. "The 737-800's efficiency and reliability are attractive to airlines, and the airplane's residual value makes it an excellent investment."

Bavaria, a wholly owned subsidiary of the privately owned Schrghuber Group, is one of the world's largest privately owned aircraft leasing firms. 

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