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October 4, 2010

Air Lease Corporation Finalizes Order of 60 Boeing 737-800s

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Air Lease Corporation Boeing 737-800

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Boeing announced on Monday that Air Lease Corporation has finalized an agreement to purchase up to 60 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The order was first announced in July at the Farnborough Airshow.

The order is valued at up to $4.9 billion at list prices. Deliveries will take place through July 2017.

Air Lease Corporation is a new aircraft leasing firm founded this year by aircraft leasing legend Steven Udvar-Hazy. In addition to these 60 Boeing aircraft, ALC ordered 31 Airbus A320s, 20 Airbus A321s, and 15 Embraer E-190s at Farnborough 2010.

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