Singapore’s BOC Aviation Orders 30 Additional A320s

By Juliet Van Wagenen | January 8, 2016
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BOC Aviation A320, rendering
BOC Aviation A320, rendering. Photo: Airbus

[Avionics Today 01-08-2016] BOC Aviation, a Singapore-based global aircraft leasing company owned by Bank of China, has announced an order for an additional 30 A320 family aircraft, comprising 18 A320neo aircraft and 12 A320ceo aircraft.

“This order underscores our continued confidence in the reliability and operational efficiency of the A320 family aircraft, and reflects its popularity among our customers for short- and medium-haul routes,” said Robert Martin, managing director and CEO of BOC Aviation.

Including this latest purchase agreement, BOC Aviation’s cumulative orders to date for new Airbus aircraft have reached a total of 306, comprising 12 A330s and 294 A320 Family, including 64 NEOs.

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