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Analysis: Aircraft leasing faces shake-up as risks cloud recovery

Reuters 18 May 2022
PARIS, May 17 (Reuters) - Global aircraft leasing faces a new shake-up this week after SMBC Aviation Capital's deal to buy smaller rival Goshawk Aviation for $6.7 billion.
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World's largest aircraft owner lost 113 planes to Russia due to sanctions

Henry Herald 18 May 2022
AerCap Holdings, the aircraft leasing giant that is the world's largest owner of jets, lost 113 planes when Russia seized them in response to sanctions triggered by the war in Ukraine ... Sanctions by multiple countries required international aircraft leasing companies that owned the jets to repossess them by the end of March.
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New Mexico fires prompt forest closures, governor seeks aid

The Associated Press 18 May 2022
“The fires are still burning. And they’ll be burning for months to come,” Morrison said ... state of Maryland ... “No one can be complacent ... On Saturday, he announced he would dispatch 3,000 army, navy and air force reservists to help battle the fires and committed 20 million Australian dollars ($14 million) to lease firefighting aircraft from overseas.
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Analysis-Aircraft leasing faces shake-up as risks cloud recovery

FX Empire 17 May 2022
PARIS (Reuters) – Global aircraft leasing faces a new shake-up this week after SMBC Aviation Capital’s deal to buy smaller rival Goshawk Aviation for $6.7 billion ... SMBC Chief Executive Peter Barrett, among the crop of leaders that emerged to run the Dublin-led aircraft leasing ...
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Billionaire Cheng Family’s New World Buys China Logistics Assets, Sells Aircraft Leasing Firm

Forbes 17 May 2022
NWS Holdings has agreed to buy six logistics properties in China from Australia’s Goodman Group for $338 million as the Hong Kong-based developer seeks to tap the e-commerce boom, while divesting aircraft leasing firm Goshawk Aviation Ltd ... .
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R&I View: SMFL to Acquire Aircraft Leasing Company (R&I - Rating and Investment Information Inc)

Public Technologies 17 May 2022
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AerCap records €2.3bn quarterly loss due to hit on aircraft based in Russia

The Irish Times 17 May 2022
Dublin-based AerCap buys aircraft and engines to lease to airlines around the world. The company confirmed that the loss of aircraft leased to Russian airlines following the country’s February invasion of Ukraine cost it a net $2.4 billion (€2.28 billion).
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SMBC to buy rival Dublin jet lessor Goshawk in $7bn deal

Irish Independent 17 May 2022
The Hong Kong owners of Dublin-based aircraft leasing company Goshawk have approved its near $7bn (€6.7bn) sale to SMBC Aviation Capital in a deal that will create the world’s second largest lessor with assets of $37bn.
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PURCHASE AND LEASEBACK ARRANGEMENT OF TEN AIRCRAFT (CALC - China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Ltd)

Public Technologies 17 May 2022
CHINA AIRCRAFT LEASING GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITED ... Upon completion of the Transaction, the Aircraft will be leased back to the Seller ... Upon completion of the Transaction, the Aircraft will be leased back to the Seller ... China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited (中國飛機租 ... China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited.
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Will UAE or Gulf airlines play a part in SriLankan's upcoming privatisation?

Gulf News 17 May 2022
The state-owned carrier sparked public criticism in April when it announced a plan to lease nearly two-dozen aircraft to replace planes whose leases expire in December 2022 ... The airline, which received some bids from aircraft leasing firms, said it has put the process on hold for now.
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AerCap to cease all leasing activity to Russia, books $2.7 billion charge

RTE 17 May 2022
AerCap Holdings, the world's top aircraft lessor, said today it would ...
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Vistara Intends To Lease Boeing 787s If Deliveries Remain On Hold

Simple Flying 17 May 2022
While the airline did not firmly say that it will temporarily ...
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Boeing needs to get its 'sxxx together,' Ryanair CEO says

Henry Herald 17 May 2022
"If they get their s*** together, we'd be willing to take more aircraft for summer '23 and summer '24," O'Leary said ... Domhnal Slattery, the CEO of Avolon, one of the world's leading aircraft leasing companies, suggested earlier this month that Boeing needs a change in culture — and maybe leadership.
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Global Jet Capital Completes Securitization, Raising $609M

Eagle-Tribune 17 May 2022
As with previous BJETS transactions, this deal consists of a collection of business aircraft loans and leases representing a diverse group of obligors and assets ... Over 25 different aircraft models – primarily mid- to large-cabin business aircraft – are represented in the transaction.
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Tahiti's Air Moana on track for September launch

RNZ 17 May 2022
In a first phase, the airline, which was founded by a former head of Air Tahiti, wants to lease three ATR aircraft ... ....

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