BOC Aviation has signed with Boeing to purchase 11 more 737 Max aircraft.
The jets will be delivered in 2019 and 2020, according to a statement made by BOC in a stock exchange statement.
BOC has also entered into long-term leases with an undisclosed airline for two of the jets. For the remaining nine aircraft, the airline has the option to either take them on long-term leases from BOC Aviation, or to purchase them at the time of delivery.
Before this order, BOC Aviation already owned two 737 Max and had another 82 of the type on order, in its portfolio.
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