Air China (CA, Beijing Capital) will dry-lease ten A320-200neo from BOC Aviation, the lessor announced in a press release.

The aircraft will be powered by Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1100G-JM engines and are scheduled for delivery in 2019 and 2020.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, Air China currently operates fourteen A320neo alongside thirty-three A319-100s, forty-four A320-200s, sixty-one A321-200s, five A321-200neo, seventeen B737-700s, 104 B737-800s, and sixteen grounded B737-8s. Air China's subsidiaries Air China Inner Mongolia, Beijing Airlines, and Dalian Airlines operate one B737-700 and twenty-one -800s on behalf of their parent in total.

BOC Aviation already owns thirty-five A320neo, which are dry-leased to Air Macau (three), Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras (two), China Southern Airlines (three), Chongqing Airlines (seven), Qingdao Airlines (one), S7 Airlines (two), SalamAir (one), Spring Airlines (one), TAP Air Portugal (four), Uzbekistan Airways (two), and Vistara (nine). The lessor has a further thirty units of the type on order from Airbus.