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BOC Aviation To Buy Airbus A321-200Neo Aircraft From Middle East Airlines Airliban S.A.L.
BOC Aviation Says Net Profit After Tax Up 8%
BOC Aviation Announces Purchase Of 3 Airbus A350-900 Aircraft
BOC Aviation Limited is principally engaged in the aircraft operating leasing business. The Company's aircraft include narrow-body aircraft and wide-body aircraft. Its narrow-body aircraft include Airbus A320CEO family, Airbus A320NEO family, Boeing 737NG family and Boeing 737 MAX 8 family. Its wide-body aircraft include Airbus A330-300, Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 747-8 and Boeing 787. The Company also provides third-party lease management services to aircraft owners.
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8 Shenton Way, #18-01 Axa Tower
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Robert James Martin
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, Deputy Managing Director
Thim Fatt Phang
Chief Financial Officer, Deputy Managing Director
David Ryan Walton
Chief Operating Officer
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Aircraft lessor BOC Aviation Ltd <2588.HK> said on Tuesday it expected up to 30 Boeing Co <BA.N> and Airbus SE <AIR.PA> jets that had been scheduled to arrive this year could be delayed, primarily due to the Boeing 737 MAX grounding.
Indian carrier Vistara, a joint venture between India's Tata Group and Singapore Airlines , said on Friday it has leased six additional aircraft from BOC Aviation to drive its expansion in the domestic market.
BOC Aviation Ltd booked record annual net profit on Wednesday as Asia's largest listed aircraft lessor earned more lease rental income.
Asia's largest listed aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation, said late on Wednesday it had repossessed two Airbus A320 planes from Brazil's fourth-largest airline, Avianca Brasil, days before it filed for bankruptcy protection.
BOC Aviation Ltd <2588.HK>, Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor, said on Thursday it will buy eight A330neo jets from Airbus SE <AIR.PA> at a list price of $2.4 billion.
BOC Aviation Ltd <2588.HK> said on Monday it would buy 17 new Airbus <AIR.PA> A320NEO and A321NEO aircraft worth a combined $2.2 billion at list prices.
* TOTAL NUMBER OF AIRCRAFT SCHEDULED TO BE DELIVERED IN 2018 IS 54
* UNIT AGREED TO PURCHASE SIX 787-9 AIRCRAFTS FROM BOEING FOR US$1.69 BILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Engine problems that have postponed deliveries of the latest generation of Airbus <AIR.PA> and Boeing <BA.N> jets are a frustration for BOC Aviation <2588.HK>, the head of Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor said on Wednesday.
Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation Ltd, posted a better-than-expected 40 percent rise in full-year net profit on Wednesday as it benefited from higher lease revenue and U.S. tax cuts.
* AIRCRAFT UTILIZATION WAS 99.8 PCT FOR Q4 AND YEAR ENDED 31 DEC 2017
* Co to sell two aircrafts to third-party buyer; "aggregate current market value of the aircraft is about $251 million" Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
BOC Aviation Ltd said on Friday it would buy three Boeing 777-300ER aircraft from Qatar Airways and they would be leased back to the airline upon completion of the deal.
* Entered into agreements with Qatar Airways for purchase of three Boeing 777-300er aircraft
Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation Ltd <2588.HK>, said on Tuesday it was working to find new homes for 13 Boeing Co <BA.N> 737 MAX 8 aircraft it had planned to lease to collapsed British carrier Monarch Airlines.
Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation Ltd, said on Tuesday it was working to find new homes for 13 Boeing Co 737 MAX 8 aircraft it had planned to lease to collapsed British carrier Monarch Airlines.
* Aggregate consideration for sale of aircraft is US$257.4 million
Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation Ltd <2588.HK>, posted a 13 percent rise in half-year net profit but its CEO warned of a potential fall in industry yields from next year as lessors globally absorb more aircraft deliveries.
Asia's second-biggest aircraft lessor, BOC Aviation Ltd, posted on Tuesday a 13 percent rise in half-year net profit as it expanded its fleet to take advantage of growing demand for travel.
BOC Aviation Ltd said on Thursday it would buy 10 new aircraft from Boeing Co for an aggregate list price of $1.25 billion, as it looks to strengthen its future revenue stream by investing in modern, efficient and in-demand aircraft.
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