Indian carrier Vistara will lease two Airbus A320neos and four Boeing 737-800NGs from Singapore-based lessor BOC Aviation. The neos are scheduled to be delivered by the second half of the year and the 737-800NGs—two of which are from BOC’s managed fleet—were to arrive by the end of May, BOC said. The 737s will be the first Boeing aircraft for Vistara, which currently operates a fleet of 22 A320s, 20 of which are leased from BOC. The 737s are from now-defunct Jet Airways, ...

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