Chinese lessor Cheung Kong to buy 60 aircraft worth $2.02 billion

China lessor Cheung Kong Holdings has announced it will pay a $2.02 billion in four transactions for 60 aircraft in an effort to enter the rapidly growing Asian aircraft leasing market. The four deals include purchasing 21 aircraft worth $816 million from GECAS, 10 aircraft valued at $492 million...

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