Leasing company AerCap has signed its first deal directly with Boeing for 737s, stating that the twinjet, with its latest enhancements, can offer serious competition to any re-engined narrowbody. The Netherlands-based lessor has signed a letter of intent for up to 15 737s, covering 10 firm orders and five purchase rights. “While AerCap’s portfolio of lease assets already contains a large number of Boeing aircraft, this is the first time that AerCap will buy directly from the ...

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