Jackson Square Aviation (JSA) has dispatched the last of four Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft as part of a sale and leaseback deal with WestJet. The batch was JSA’s first with the Canadian carrier, with the latest fourth delivery marking “the 300th acquisition for JSA since inception”. “We are delighted to mark our milestone acquisition with such a strong and reliable counter-party as WestJet,” said Chris Dailey, JSA president and chief commercial officer.
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