Singapore lessor BOC Aviation has delivered its first new Airbus A320neo to China’s Qingdao Airlines, which has six of the type. Three more are leased from Dublin-based AerCap and the remaining two are owned by the carrier, which also operates 14 A320ceos, with ages ranging from 1.8 to 5.2 years. “This aircraft is the 20th aircraft in Qingdao’s fleet, which marks an important milestone in our company’s history. We are expecting our cooperation [with BOC ...

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