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Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 08-01-2016

                                                  Citjet RJ85  The information contained is sourced  from a variety of sources, though particular credit must be given to the following sites, which are very highly recommended. Chris Witt/Skyliner : Dublin Movements Blog: Irish Spotters & NLSPOT Yahoo Lists : EI-DUC Boeing 757-256 c/n 26248 I-Fly Ferried Moscow Vnukovo-Shannon 21/12/15 on return to lessor. EI-FJB Boeing 737-8JP/W c/n 42081 Norwegian Air International Delivered Boeing Field-Copenhagen 21/12/15. EI-FMK ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1297 Stobart Air (Construction number confirmed). EI-FMR Boeing 767-304(ER) c/n 28042 Meridiana Delivered Shannon-Milan Malpensa 21/12/15 in all white colours plus titles ex VP-BOQ. EI-FMS Boeing 737-9GJER c/n 34952 BBAM A/c Leasing Ferried Dublin-Woensdrecht  22/12/15 ex N396DC. EI-FMW Airbus A320-232 c/n 5158 Air V

Irish Aircraft Leasing News 08-01-2016

                                                  DHC8-400 Dublin Airport The latest news on Ireland's aircraft leasing industry EJF Capital Sells Stake in Avolon Holdings Ltd EJF Capital eliminated its stake in shares of Avolon Holdings Ltd (NASDAQ:AVOL) during the third quarter, according to its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Finnair has entered into a memorandum of understanding on the sale and leaseback of two A350 aircraft Finnair has entered into a memorandum of understanding with GE Capital Aviation Services Limited (“GECAS”), on the sale and leaseback of two Airbus A350 aircraft. The financing will cover Finnair’s 6th and 7th A350 deliveries, which are currently scheduled to enter the Finnair fleet in July 2016 and February 2017, respectively. The value of the transaction at present foreign exchange rates is approximately 265 million euro. The lease period is 12 years, and it includes extension options. GE Capital

Ryanair Expands Dublin services for summer 2016

                                                  Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS/W  Irish budget carrier Ryanair has added two extra flights from Dublin to London Gatwick as part of its expanded Summer 2016 schedule having secured IAG remedy slots surrendered as part of Aer Lingus takeover. The Dublin to London route is the busiest in Europe. The airline will increase its Dublin to London Gatwick service from 5 to 7 times daily from March, offering 18 daily return services to London airports Stansted (8 daily) and Luton (3 daily). Ryanair's Dublin Summer schedule will now feature 18 daily flights between Dublin and London.The Dublin Amsterdam route will have an extra flight and new route to Athens operates three times weekly and Vigo twice weekly. In summer 2016 Ryanair will increase Dublin base fleet from 24 to 26 aircraft. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 7th January 2016 All Rights Reserved.