BOC Aviation has delivered the final Boeing 737-800 aircraft in its orderbook on lease to Skymark Airlines.
Cirium’s Fleets Analyzer shows the aircraft, MSN 63410, was ordered by the lessor in February 2017, and placed the aircraft with the Japanese carrier in April.
Over 18 years, the Singapore-based lessor has delivered 209 737NGs, including 161 737-800s.
“The Boeing 737-800 has been a cornerstone of our company’s development, with 84 currently operating in our owned fleet,” says Robert Martin, BOC Aviation managing director and chief executive.
“Reliability and operational efficiency have been hallmarks of this aircraft programme and we believe these will remain characteristics in the future.”
The delivery also marks a decade of co-operation between the lessor and Skymark. The airline has 29 737-800s in its fleet, of which three are delivered by BOC Aviation.