Monday, 10 October 2016

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 October 2016

                                                   
Airbus A350-900

AerCap Confirms Placement of Five Embraer E-Jets E2 Aircraft to Borajet Airlines

AerCap Holdings N.V. announced at the Istanbul Airshow it has confirmed placement of three Embraer E190-E2s and two E195-E2s to Turkish carrier, Borajet Airlines. The aircraft, on long term lease from AerCap’s order book with Embraer, will begin delivering to Borajet Airlines in 2018. AerCap is the launch lessor customer of Embraer’s E-Jets E2 second generation of this family of commercial aircraft with a total of 50 Embraer E190-E2s and E195-E2s on order.

BOC Aviation And Air China Enter Into Purchase-And-Leaseback Arrangement For Five New Aircraft

BOC Aviation Limited announced that it has entered into a purchase-and-leaseback arrangement with Air China for five aircraft, comprising three Boeing 777-300ER aircraft and two Airbus A330-300 aircraft, all scheduled for delivery new from the manufacturer in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Sri Lanka to pay $170 million to AerCap for A350 cancellation: Finance Minister

According to news agency Reuters Sri Lanka will pay $170 million to AerCap Holdings N.V the world's largest independent aircraft leasing company, for cancelling a lease signed by the previous government for four A350s, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said. The government canceled four A350 aircraft it had signed to lease from AerCap. It has placed orders for another four A-350 with Airbus Group.

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Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 October 2016

                                                 
Airbus A350-900
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 : http://www.skyliner-aviation.de/
Dublin Movements Blog: http://notam-ireland.blogspot.ie/
Irish Spotters & NLSPOT Yahoo Lists
Planespotters.net : http://www.planespotters.net/

AP-BKM Airbus A330-301 c/n 70 Shaheen Air International Ferried Dublin-Orlando Sanford 06/10/16 for part-out & scrap ex EI-CRK.

EI-FNZ Airbus A330-343 c/n 1491 Turkish Airlines Ferried Mojave-Bangor-Zurich 04/05-10/16 to become TC-.

EI-FTA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44751 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 04/10/16.

EI-XLC Boeing 747-446 c/n 27100 Rossiya Airlines Ferried Dublin-Shannon 06/10/16 for interim storage after paint prior delivery.

5B-DCV Airbus A319-132 c/n 2032 CobaltAir Delivered Shannon-Larnaca 30/09/16 ex OE-IEJ leased from CIT Aerospace.

5H-FJA Airbus A319-111 c/n 2176 FastJet Ferried Dar es Salaam-Hurghada International-Sofia 30/09-01/10/16 on return to BBAM.

9H-AEL Airbus A319-111 c/n 2332 Air Malta Ferried Malta-Shannon 27/09/16 for Volotea Airlines to become EI- to be leased from AerCap.

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New ACI Europe Passenger data reveals Dublin Airport was Europe's fastest growing major airport in August

                                                 
Dublin Airport 
New passenger data released by ACI Europe this morning shows that Dublin Airport (Group 1) was the fastest growing major airport in Europe in August growing at 9% ahead of Amsterdam Schiphol (+7.9%), Barcelona (+6.8%) , Copenhagen  (+6.6%) , and London Gatwick (+5.7%).

Dublin Airport's passenger traffic growth was well above the average increase of just +2.0% across the European airport network.

The news come on hots on the heels that a record 1.2 million Northern Ireland residents used Dublin Airport during 2015, which was a 37% increase on the previous year.

Dublin Airport is also growing its importance as a key international gateway for overseas visitors to Northern Ireland, as 67% of all passengers who came by air to the island of Ireland traveled via Dublin Airport last year.

London Heathrow was the most popular destination for Northern Ireland residents using Dublin Airport last year, followed by New York’s JFK, Dubai, Brussels, and Paris Charles De Gaulle.

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