BOC Aviation leased, purchased and sold a total of 54 aircraft in the first quarter of 2017, up 25.6% compared to a total 43 leased, purchased and sold aircraft in the year-ago quarter. The Singapore-based lessor signed 31 leases, sold six owned aircraft, and ordered 17 aircraft during the quarter, including two Airbus A320ceos (valued at $198 million at list prices), 13 Boeing 737 MAX 8s ($1.4 billion) and two 747-8Fs ($758.2 million). The company took delivery of 19 aircraft during the ...

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