AerCap Signs Lease Agreements with ASKY Airlines for Two Boeing 737 Max
ASKY Airlines Boeing 737 MAX
On Monday, May 22, AerCap Holdings, an aviation leasing company based in Dublin, Ireland, made an announcement regarding the signing of lease agreements for two pre-owned Boeing 737-8 MAX planes with ASKY, a Pan-African airline headquartered in Togo. These aircraft's delivery is scheduled for between June and August 2023.
The announcement ceremony was attended by ASKY's CEO, Esayas W. HAILU, AerCap's CEO, Aengus Kelly, Board Chairman of Ethiopian Airlines Group and Aviation Advisor to Togo, Mr. Girma Wake, etc.
"We are delighted to welcome ASKY as a new customer to AerCap and particularly pleased to place the first MAX in Togo," said Aengus Kelly, the CEO of AerCap. "AerCap is the largest lessor in Africa with 14 airline customers on the continent, and we are pleased to continue to support the growth and development of African aviation. We wish the ASKY team every success and look forward to working with them as these aircraft deliver."
"I consider it an honor to introduce state-of-the-art B737-8 MAX aircraft into the ASKY fleet, which will support our wide regional network in our continuous endeavor to serve our esteemed customers," remarked Esayas W. HAILU, the CEO of ASKY. "I am confident that the introduction of B737-8 MAX will further enhance ASKY's brand image before the eyes of the traveling public. It feels great to be the region's leading customer to AerCap, the world's largest owners of commercial aircraft."
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