Aviation News

January 15, 2013

China’s BOC Aviation Buys 50 Airbus A320 and A320neo Aircraft



BOC Aviation says ordering 50 Airbus A320s (via AFP)

China-owned plane-leasing company BOC Aviation said it has ordered 50 Airbus aircraft of the medium-haul A320 family, including 25 of the more fuel-efficient “neos”. The statement did not disclose the value of the deal, but price tags in the 2012 catalogue ranged from $4.41 billion (3.3 billion euros…




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