The new aircraft are expected to be delivered between 2026 and 2028.
This agreement will also see 50 A320neo aircraft ordered by Avolon from Airbus converted to larger model A321neo.
Avolon was a launch customer for the A330neo program in 2014 and has filled its current wide-body order book.
Andy Cronin, CEO of Avolon, said: “We have been a strong supporter of the A330neo program since its launch and, with our existing widebody order book fully filled, we are now locking in future growth in a supply environment. limit. Our expanded delivery pipeline enables us to offer our customers the range and reduced emissions of the A330neo, meeting their evolving fleet needs. Our recent aircraft orders and commitments reflect our confidence in the aviation sector’s long-term growth trajectory, which is outlined in our recent World Fleet Forecast which forecasts the global passenger fleet to nearly double by 2042. . »