Boeing delivered 737-800s to Japan Airlines (JAL) and Norwegian Air Shuttle last week. In sale-leaseback arrangements, both carriers immediately assigned the aircraft – one 737-800 each – to Jackson Square Aviation (JSA), becoming the first new Boeing aircraft to be financed by the San Francisco-based company. “Funding these airplanes marks the start of a very exciting 2011 for our company,” said Toby Bright, head of marketing for JSA. “The value these efficient Next-Generation 737-800s provide enables us to attract leading airlines, such as JAL and Norwegian Air Shuttle. As a growing airplane leasing company, it is important that we continue
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