Starting up an airline during the gravest crisis in the history of commercial aviation may seem like an odd and daring endeavor ... Thus far, the airline has taken delivery of two Embraer E190 aircraft – one ERJ-195 and one ERJ-190, leased from Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC).
Airbus delivered 32 aircraft in February. Mostly made up of Airbus A320neo family of aircraft, it is clear that narrowbodies are powering Airbus’ deliveries and are the most desired jets for airlines ...Photo ... Photo ... Photo ... Other deliveries included the sole A350 to Air China, though the airline also took an A320neo on lease from BOC Aviation ... Photo.
More than half a dozen companies including Ireland-based lessor Acumen Aviation, State Bank of India, Investec, V-Man Aero, JetSetGo Aviation Services, HAL-Alliance, SpiceJet and few others have recently expressed interest to participate in the aviation leasing and financing activities at the GIFT City, said sources close to the development.
Indian low-cost giant IndiGo has signed a sale-and-leaseback agreement with BOC Aviation for eight new A320neos ... IndiGo is no stranger to leasing aircraft, with most of its 284 aircraft fleet acquired through leasing deals ... In a statement about the latest sale-and-leaseback, BOC Aviation CEORobert Martin said,.
The airline made $860,772 operating charter services, $954,249 from freight services, and $11,663,833 from aircraft operating lease income ...Getty Images Slimmed-down lease costs suggest lessors giving AirAsia X a break. Aircraft operating lease costs were just $136,145 in the quarter and $328,771 for the calendar year.
... credit card originations, consumer installment loans, auto loans, and Buy Now Pay Later financingCommercial finance assets such as SME financing, merchant cash advance, and factoringSelect leasing opportunities such as middle-market mission critical equipment and aviation assets.
This weekend marks two years since Dublin aviation leasing executive Richard O’Halloran travelled to China...O’Halloran had worked for other Dublin-based leasing companies but joined CALS in 2017 because it seemed like a good opportunity. At the time it owned just one aircraft — an Airbus A330-300 on lease to Finnair — but there were plans for growth.