Boeing and Steven Udvar-Hazy's Air Lease have announced a deal at the Paris air show for up to 33 aircraft, which includes the lessor's first widebody orders.
The agreement comprises five 777-300ER and four 787-9 widebodies, as well as 20 firm orders and four options for 737-800 narrowbodies. The 20 firm 737 orders include the exercising of six options from the lessor's 2010 737-800 order, said Boeing.
It added that it "looks forward to finalizing the details of the agreement, at which time it will be posted to the orders & deliveries website".
No delivery schedule was disclosed, or engine selection for the 787s. The 737s are only offered with CFM International CFM56 engines and the 777-300ERs with General Electric GE90-115Bs.
Source: Air Transport Intelligence news