Monday, 2 May 2016

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 May 2016

                                                 
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AWAS to place two A330-300 widebody passenger aircraft with new customer Hong Kong Airlines

AWAS, announced that it has agreed to place on long-term leases, two A330-300 widebody passenger aircraft with new customer Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed full-service airline based in Hong Kong. These A330s will be used by the airline for adding more popular destinations to its well established network currently covering over 30 major cities across the Asia Pacific region, including Gold Coast, Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, Sapporo, Bangkok, Bali and Okinawa. Both aircraft come from AWAS’ existing fleet.

Previously Unidentified Customer Trident Jet Orders Four More Bombardier CRJ900 Aircraft Increasing Firm Orders to 12

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft  disclosed that Trident Jet (Jersey) Limited, a sister company of Falko Regional Aircraft Limited, is the previously unidentified customer that signed the firm purchase agreement for eight CRJ900 aircraft and six options announced in October 2015. The aircraft are assigned to and operated by CityJet on a wet lease basis – which means it provides aircraft and crews -- on behalf of SAS (Scandinavian Airlines).  Additionally, Bombardier announced today that Trident Jet (Jersey) Limited has exercised four of its options also to be operated by CityJet.

SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus 319 aircraft to JSC Ural Airlines

SMBC Aviation Capital announced that it has delivered an Airbus A319 aircraft to JSC Ural Airlines. This aircraft is part of the SMBC Aviation Capital Managed Portfolio. This is the fifth aircraft that JSC Ural Airlines have on lease from SMBC Aviation Capital.

SMBC Aviation Capital deliveres a Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Jeju Air

SMBC Aviation announced that it has delivered a B737-800 aircraft to Jeju Air Co. Ltd.  The aircraft is part of the SMBC Aviation Capital Owned Portfolio. This is the sixth aircraft that Jeju Air have on lease from SMBC Aviation Capital.

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