Irish lessor Avolon owns the Lion Air Boeing 737-800 that crashed short of the runway at Denpassar-Ngurah BAli International Airport. A source at Lion Air involved in fleet management tells Aviation Week that the carrier recently completed a sale and leaseback deal with Avolon on six new 737-800s, one of which was PK-LKS, the aircrfat involved in the accident. That aircraft on April 13 landed in water just short of Runway 09. The aircraft then washed up on rocks about 50 meters from ...
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