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Delivery of the six aircraft is scheduled for 2016 and 2017.
The B777-300ERs will modernize EVA's long-range fleet with high fuel-efficiency, more payload capabilities and additional flexibility in serving the nonstop routes stemmed from
'We have a strong and positive long-term relationship with EVA that dates back more than 10 years ago,' said
'GECAS is a leader in providing flexible solutions for the leasing and financing of aircraft. With its global expertise, GECAS continuously offers fleet solution that meets EVA's operational and financial needs. The conclusion of leasing six B777-300ERs reflects the unique strength of GECAS and long-term mutual respectful business relationship between EVA and GECAS.' said KW Chang, Chairman of
GECAS currently lease 11 aircraft to EVA including three Airbus A330-200s, four A321-200 and four Boeing 747-400SF freighters. GECAS signed an agreement in 2011 to lease eight A321-200s to EVA and will deliver remaining three A321-200s in 2014.
About GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS)
GECAS, the U.S. and Irish commercial aircraft financing and leasing business of GE, has a fleet of over 1,600 owned and serviced aircraft with over 230 airlines. With 40+ years of industry experience, GECAS is recognized as the pre-eminent airline leasing company in the world, offering a wide range of aircraft types and financing options, including operating leases and secured debt financing.
GECAS also provides an ever expanding array of productivity solutions including spare engine leasing, aviation consulting services, and spare parts financing and management. GECAS, a unit of
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