GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) upped its order for Boeing converted freighters to a total of 50 737-800BCFs at the Farnborough Air Show July 18, with 20 firm orders and options for 15 more. "This order and future commitment with Boeing reflects the confidence GECAS has in the 737-800BCF to replace and grow the narrowbody freighter market," GECAS Cargo Aircraft Group SVP and manager Richard Greener said, noting GECAS’ nearly $1.5 billion commitment to its fleet of 50 ...

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