BOC Aviation has filed deregistration requests for three more Boeing 737-800s that were operated by Jet Airways.
The requests cover MSNs 39057, 39062 and 39064, which are all owned by the company or its Irish subsidiary.
It follows requests filed by the lessor with India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation on 29 April to deregister two other 737s – MSNs 39061 and 39058 – that it owns.
Cirium’s Fleets Analyzer shows that there are two other 737-800s (MSNs 39053 and 37960) managed by BOC Aviation but owned by third parties that were operated by Jet Airways. There does not appear to have been any deregistration requests made for those aircraft, however.