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The aircraft lessor Griffin Global Asset Management has ordered five B737 MAX aircraft. Boeing did not reveal how much the order was worth or when the first of the aircraft will be delivered.
Commenting on the order, Ryan McKenna, Founder and CEO of Griffin, said, “As market conditions rebound, we are finding opportunities to serve our airline customers in innovative ways. An important component of this strategy is providing balanced capacity that meets returning passenger demand. The 737-8 is well-positioned to support this objective, and this order lays a strong foundation for more to come with Boeing and Griffin on future opportunities.”
Many airlines have either returned the B737 MAX to service or begun to fly it for the first time. Currently, more than 30 operators are flying the type.
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