Air Lease Corporation delivers Boeing 787-9 to Italy’s Neos

Aviation News | September 19, 2019

Air Lease Corporation delivers Boeing 787-9 to Italy’s Neos
Air Lease Corporation has announced the delivery of one new Boeing 787-9 aircraft on long-term lease to Italy’s Neos.Featuring Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines, this aircraft delivered from ALC’s order book with Boeing.“We are pleased to announce this new Boeing 787-9 delivery to Neos,” said Steven F. Udvar-Házy, executive chairman of Air Lease Corporation. “This new ALC Dreamliner will be deployed to service Neos’ intercontinental routes from Italy and Europe to the Americas, Asia and Africa, as well as add to the airline’s ongoing fleet upgrade to the latest technology 787s.”

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