Deals this week: Boeing, CFM International, Air Lease Corporation
The Boeing Company has placed an order with Astronics PECO to supply next-generation fuel tank access doors for Boeing 777X aircraft.
The doors will be produced at Astronics PECO’s facility in Clackamas, Oregon, US, using advanced structural materials.
CFM International has secured a $348m order from Air Lease Corporation to supply additional LEAP-1B engines.
Scheduled to be delivered beginning 2022, the engines will be fitted on five 737 MAX 7 and seven MAX 9 aircraft.
Air Lease Corporation has placed an order with GE Aviation for four GEnx-1B engines.
The engines will be integrated with two new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft fleet.
Deliveries are expected to begin in 2019.
The Boeing Company has agreed to deliver 12 737 MAX narrow-body twin-engine aircraft and two 787-9 Dreamliners to Air Lease Corporation.
The new deal will increase Air Lease’s total orders for 737 MAXs to 130, and 787 Dreamliners to 49.