ILFC comes off the sidelines with big jet order

International Lease Finance Corp. on Tuesday announced its first aircraft orders in three years, including 100 Airbus A320 jets and 33 737-800s built by Boeing. The planes have a value of more than $11 billion at list prices. The order marks a turnaround for the world's second-largest aircraft lessor, which has been sidelined since parent company American International Group was pushed to the brink of insolvency by the financial crisis and forced to accept a federal bailout.

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