-India's Jet Airways has taken delivery of two Boeing 737-800s. The leased aircraft will replace one 737-400 and one 737-500.

-Indian airline Bengal Air is adding two more British Aerospace 748-2Bs for a late October start.

-Cargo airline Atlas Air has purchased Cargolux International's three Boeing 747-200 freighters, but will lease them back.

-America West has added two more Airbus A320-200s on a 10-year lease from Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise.

-Ansett Worldwide has leased a Boeing MD-83 to Colombia's national carrier Avianca; a second is due next January.

-Flag carrier Air Pacific has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737-700. It also has two 737-800s on order.

-Royal Nepal Airlines is planning to lease an additional Boeing 757-200 to overcome a capacity shortage on its Asian routes.

-Two ATR 72-500s are being bought by Danish airline Cimber Air for delivery starting in January.

-Another Danish regional Danish Air Transport is trading in its Beech 1900C for a new "stand-up cabin" 1900D for its Esbjerg-Stavanger schedule.

-UK charter airline Britannia Airways will take delivery next spring of four new Boeing aircraft, including two 757-200s for its mainline UK fleet and two 767-300s for its German operation.

-British Aerospace has sold the last three ATPs from the production line. Two are going to British World Airlines and one to BA franchisee Sun-Air of Scandinavia.

-Tower Air is leasing an ex-Air India Boeing 747-200F from Triton Aviation Services.

-Qatar Airways has signed a deal with Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise for the lease of four Airbus Industrie A320s for five years. Deliveries will take place between February and April next year. The aircraft will join two ex-Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-300s joining the fleet within the next three months. Two more could be added in 1999, replacing its A300s.