Lessor BOC Aviation has ordered three Boeing 787-9s, to be placed on long-term lease to Air Europa.
The three jets will be delivered in 2020, and are valued at $845 million at list prices.
No engine selection was announced by BOC Aviation, however Flight Fleets Analyzer indicates that Air Europa’s existing 787s are powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 powerplants.
The latest order will take BOC Aviation's fleet of 787-9s to 14.
“We are delighted to further our partnership with Air Europa, as it builds its longer haul capabilities,” says BOC Aviation’s managing director and chief executive Robert Martin.
Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that the Spanish carrier has two 787-9s and eight 787-8s in its fleet of 41 aircraft. It also holds orders for 14 more 787-9s.