Kuwaiti lessor ALAFCO will ask for shareholder approval in a special general meeting on December 27 to sell a significant part of its aircraft portfolio to Macquarie AirFinance Group. The transaction, which helps to improve the lessor’s financial position, has been...
Here’s the updated model of November transactions. Subscribers can access the 14-page model. Key items: MAX8 transactions breached 300 YTD, pushing ahead of A320neo for the first time Southwest has 115 MAX8 transactions YTD Delta is back at #1 in terms of...
Dublin-based Japanese lessor SMBC Aviation Capital expects to close the acquisition of Goshawk Aviation in the coming weeks. SMBC announced the acquisition in May and said then it would be closed in the second half of the year. SMBC will pay $6.7 billion for Goshawk...
UPDATE – New Saudi Arabian aircraft lessor AviLease has delivered its first two aircraft to an airline customer. Saudi low-cost carrier flynas took delivery of its first two Airbus A320neo’s, with ten more to follow this year and in 2023. New Saudi lessor...
Not just AerCap is optimistic about the prospects of the widebody aircraft market, but so is Air Lease Corporation (ALC). The US lessor is reading a strong recovery of the long-haul market that will be supported by upcoming sales, which could cover two years of...
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