BOC Aviation places three new Airbus A320neo aircraft with Air Macau
Nov 26, 2018: Singapore-headquartered aircraft lessor BOC Aviation has placed three new Airbus A320neo aircraft with Air Macau, all of which are scheduled for delivery in the first half of 2019.
This is the first A320neo aircraft to be introduced to the base airline in Macau SAR, China.
The aircraft will be powered by the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan Engines.
“We are pleased to add Air Macau as a new customer and to support its fleet and network growth plans as it capitalises on its position in the thriving Pearl River Delta region,” said Robert Martin, managing director and chief executive officer of BOC Aviation.
“Air Macau’s choice of the A320neo aircraft aligns with our focus on investing in the most efficient and technologically advanced aircraft,” Martin added.
“The A320neo aircraft is equipped with new high-efficiency engines and sharklets. It has excellent aircraft performance and is the world's leading and most technologically advanced single-aisle aircraft,” said Chen Hong, CEO and chairman of Air Macau's Executive Board.
“We will continue to adhere to our strategic vision of ‘Being rooted in Macau, Serving Macau, Being the preferred airline for Macau travelers’, bringing more advanced products and better service to passengers, and building an air bridge for Macau.”
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