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AerCap buys 19 aircraft in second quarter
AerCap Holdings said it purchased 19 aircraft and two engines in the second quarter of 2010. It also delivered 18 aircraft and 11 engines under lease agreements, signed new lease agreements for five aircraft, sold five aircraft and five engines and disassembled nine aircraft and eight engines. New lease agreements were with Wizz Air (three new A320s), MNG Airlines (one A300) and Air Company Yakutia (one 737). As of June 30, AerCap’s portfolio comprised 329 aircraft and 90 engines either owned, on order, under contract or letter of intent, or managed.