International Lease Finance has taken delivery of its 400th Boeing 737 and 660th Boeing aircraft, a Next Generation 737-800.

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ILFC's 400th Boeing 737 during a test flight

The aircraft will be operated by Prague-based charter carrier Travel Service under lease.

According to Boeing, the blended winglets improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions by up to 4%.

ILFC took its first 737 in 1978. Today its portfolio includes more than 900 jet aircraft. More than 110 customers around the world have ordered more than 4,720 737NGs.

Boeing has unfilled orders for more than 2,200 of the type, worth over $155 billion at current list prices.

Source: Flight International