Low-Cost Aircraft Leasing finally has announced its order for six 787s. The order was placed in May and listed on Boeing's website, but no customer was identified. The deal is valued at approximately $780 million and deliveries will begin in September 2009, according to the manufacturer. The first leasing company to commit to the 787, LCAL is planning to order another nine and will base its portfolio around the type. They will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 1000s, although the company ...

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