ALAFCO wants 20 from Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

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The leasing company ALAFCO (Aviation Lease and Finance Company), based in Kuwait, has signed an agreement with Boeing, within Farnborough International Airshow 2012, for 20 aircraft Boeing 737 MAX. ALAFCO CEO Alzabin Ahmad and Ray Conner, President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, attended the signing ceremony.

The 20 of aircraft Boeing 737-8 MAX they were valued at 1.9 billion dollars, at the list price. ALAFCO also ordered 6 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the last being delivered in July 2011.

Boeing 737 MAX is enjoying success, being ordered over 1000 by units of 17 airlines and leasing agencies, from August 2011 until now. ALAFCO is the 3 leasing agency that opts for this type of aircraft in just two days.

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