Dublin-based lessor AerCap announced two deals Nov. 15 to largely complete the renewal of EgyptAir’s equipment inventory. The Cairo-based carrier is to take long-term operating leases on 15 Airbus A320neo narrowbodies and six Boeing 787-9 widebodies. The A320neos will be delivered in 2020 and be powered by CFM International LEAP-1A engines, while the 787-9s will arrive in 2019 and have Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines. Both leasing deals were announced at the Dubai Air Show and ...

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