Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 October 2016

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AerCap Delivers New  Airbus A350XWB to LATAM

AerCap Holdings N.V delivered a new Airbus A350-900 to LATAM Airlines Group S.A. The aircraft was transferred to LATAM Airlines at the Airbus Delivery Centre in Toulouse. AerCap has one of the largest Airbus A350XWB portfolios with a total of seven owned and another 22 on order aircraft – one of the most in-demand aircraft in the world.

Aercap's Kelly: tweak tax to attract more FDI bosses
The Government should tweak the Special Assignee Relief Programme (SARP) to make it easier to attract expatriate decision makers to Ireland, Aercap chief executive Aengus Kelly has told  the Sunday Independent. SARP - which was introduced in 2012 - provides an income tax relief to people sent to work in Ireland from abroad, add Ireland risks losing valuable FDI if it does not make the country attractive to multinational firms' decision makers.

Falko Regional Aircraft adds two Embraer E190 aircraft to its portfolio from Avolon

Falko Regional Aircraft Limited (Falko) announced that it has added two (2) Embraer E190 aircraft to its portfolio. The aircraft have been acquired from Avolon, an international aircraft leasing company, and are currently on lease to Dutch carrier KLM Cityhopper.

Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) delivers one new ATR 72- 600, MSN 1339, to Stobart Air

Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) is pleased to confirm that it has delivered one new ATR 72- 600, MSN 1339, to Stobart Air on lease. This brings to two the total number of aircraft that NAC currently has on lease to the Irish airline.

Santos Dumont announces exciting new collaboration with University of Limerick on aircraft/engine leasing education and training

Santos Dumont announced a key lecturing partnership at the University of Limerick (UL). The partnership will see key members of the Santos Dumont team participate in a number of programmes to provide expertise on aircraft/engine leasing for the aeronautical engineering and aircraft maintenance & airworthiness engineering programmes at UL. This unique collaboration will see members of the Santos Dumont team lecture and deliver key technical insight into the areas of redelivery management, aircraft due diligence, financial analysis & pricing, asset management and engine management. Through these lectures, students will benefit from the diverse blend of experience and knowledge that exists within the Santos Dumont team

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