Boullioun Aviation Services Inc. today signed an agreement to purchase 60 Boeing Next-Generation 737 airplanes.
The package includes 30 orders and 30 options. Delivery is scheduled to begin in 2001 and continue through 2006.
"Our earlier orders for 737s have been very successful, and we look forward to building on that success with this commitment of up to $2.6 billion in Boeing Next-Generation 737 airplanes," said Robert Genise, Boullioun's president and chief executive officer.
"Boullioun's ability to capitalize on sound business opportunities has turned it into one of the strongest aircraft-leasing companies in the world," said Ron Woodard president Boeing Commercial Airplane Group. "This decision underscores Boullioun's confidence in our products."