BOC Aviation orders CFM engines for 10 new A320s

Asia-based aircraft leasing company BOC Aviation has signed a contract with CFM International for engines to power 10 A320 aircraft, which the company currently has on order with Airbus.“This new engine order signifies our continued confidence in CFM 56-powered A320 aircraft, delivering a reliable airframe and engine combination to our global customer base,” remarked MD and CEO of BOC Aviation, Robert Martin.“We are pleased to continue our great long-standing relationship with the BOC Aviation team,” added David Joyce, president and CEO of CFM partner company GE Aviation. “We are very proud of the in-service record that the CFM 56 engine has established in the industry; it truly is the gold standard for performance and reliability and we are honoured by the continued faith that BOC Aviation and its airline customers have in our products."

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