Dublin-based Fly Leasing continued to boost its fleet and shore up equity in the second quarter, aiming to meet its $750 million acquisition goal by the end of 2017. Fly acquired five aircraft during the quarter, including four that were new deliveries from manufacturers, a $290 million investment. The four new aircraft included a Boeing 787 on a 12-year lease to an unidentified European airline; a 737-8 on a 12-year lease to Indonesian low-cost carrier (LCC) Lion Air; a 737-800 on a ...

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