Singapore-based lessor BOC Aviation has placed an order for 22 Boeing 737s.
The order consists of 11 737-800s and 11 Max 8s, says Boeing.
BOC Aviation has previously ordered from the US airframer 167 737 narrowbodies, including 50 Max jets, and 16 777 widebodies.
"This order demonstrates our continued confidence in the Next-Generation 737 aircraft for its proven high performance, reliability and asset value," says BOC Aviation chief executive Robert Martin.
"The Next-Generation 737 economics are very attractive to our customers. With the 737 Max, we are investing in new-technology aircraft to meet our customers' long-term fleet planning requirements."
Source: Cirium Dashboard