Thu, May 12, 2011
Signs Multiple Contracts For A330, B777 Aircraft
Air Lease Corporation (ALC) announced Monday that it has signed
lease agreements for 10 additional twin-aisle aircraft.
“These twin-aisle lease placements fit ALC’s growth
plan which includes broadening our global customer base and fleet
with a prudent, measured quantity of new or young high demand
A330-200/300 and 777-300ER twin-aisle aircraft,” said John L.
Plueger, President and Chief Operating Officer of Air Lease
ALC has leased two Airbus A330-200s to Vietnam Airlines in an
agreement which runs through 2019, and has acquired an A330-200
(MSN 1138) on lease to Sichuan Airlines through 2022. KLM and ALC
have entered into a lease agreement through 2020 for a new A330-300
scheduled for delivery in February 2012.
The company has also entered into 12 year lease agreements for
three new A330-200 aircraft delivering in April, May, and September
2011, and Hawaiian Airlines has signed a 12 year lease for a new
A330-200 from ALC delivering mid 2012.
On the Boeing side of the ledger, Air France leased a Boeing
777-300ER (MSN 35542) from ALC through 2019; this follows a new
Boeing 777-300ER leased to Air France by ALC which delivered in
December 2010. Air Austral leased a new Boeing 777-300ER on lease
through 2019, and acquired a Boeing 777-300ER (MSN 35254) on lease
to Air Canada through 2021.
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