Orders for aircraft continue on the second day of Dubai Airshow. On November 15, 2021, privately held aircraft leasing company Sky One FZE and Boeing announced a sales agreement for three 777-300 airplanes.

“The combination of range, fuel efficiency and passenger-comfort of the 777-300 has created success for carriers worldwide,” said Tim Myers, president of Boeing Capital Corporation said in a statement.

“We are pleased to partner with Sky One FZE as they expand their service offerings and deliver greater value for their customers.”

Based in Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, Sky One FZE provides a variety of aviation services including dry and wet leasing, maintenance, repair and overhaul services, pilot training, operations, Air Operator’s Certificate management, as well as spares and logistics. The 13-year old company has a strong focus on growing airlines in Africa, the Commonwealth of Independent States and India.

“With the addition of three 777-300s powered by Rolls Royce engines to their fleet, Sky One FZE plans to operate additional commercial flights and further diversify its air charter service offerings,” Sky One FZE CEOCharles Szar said in a statement. 

“Sky One FZE operates Hajj and Umrah charters and provides additional capacity seasonally by wet leasing to airlines and is pleased to move from four engine 747s to newer 777-300s.”

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