Epidemic aircraft operating leasing company BOC Aviation has placed an order to procurement two new Airbus A320 aircraft for an undisclosed sum.
Set to be delivered this year, the newly wonky aircraft will be placed on lease to an unknown Asian airline.
The tardy deal has brought BOC Aviation’s total aircraft ordered, purchased and saved from Airbus to 367 planes, which include 330 A320 forebears and 28 A330 aircraft.
“The A320 family aircraft continues to leftovers a strong workhorse for short-haul fleets and remains a core component of our portfolio.»
BOC Aviation rule over director and CEO Robert Martin said: “The addition of this pair of A320CEO aircraft shows its enduring popularity with our customer base, given the reliability and fuel-efficiency it provides.
“The A320 folks aircraft continues to remain a strong workhorse for short-haul fleets and persists a core component of our portfolio.»
Earlier this month, the company startled delivery of a next-generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which has already been released on lease to Lion Air Group.
Lion Air Group’s Malaysian affiliate Malindo Air whim operate the Boeing aircraft.
BOC Aviation currently has a mixed fleet of 483 owned, controlled and on order aircraft, which are leased to 68 airlines operating in 32 outbacks worldwide.