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Boeing pays the price for US-China trade war as Airbus nets deal

Business Day 04 Jul 2022
Carriers typically order aircraft years in advance due to limited manufacturing capacity, and they get discounts when they book in bulk, with lucrative service and maintenance deals ... China Southern Airlines, which in May removed more than 100 Boeing 737 Max jets from its near-term fleet plans, will buy 96 A320neos and lease additional aircraft.

How Russia's war on Ukraine is pushing up the cost of insurance

RTE 04 Jul 2022
Analysis. The war is increasing insurance premiums everywhere as insurers seek to make up for their losses from sanctions ... Yet this may not happen, because Russia is making moves to overcome the problem itself ... Source ... This raises the prospect of years if not decades of claims by the owners of up to 600 seized aircraft, many of which are leased ... Photo ... .

Ergo: War in Ukraine pushes Aer Lingus to top of the Airbus queue

Irish Independent 03 Jul 2022
It’s an ill wind that blows no good, and the acquisition team landed an unexpected windfall for itself through Russian sanctions – in the form of two shiny new aeroplanes.When Vladimir Putin marched his army into Ukraine in March, one consequence was that many leased (often Irish-registered) aircraft became stranded inside Russia.

That Thursday feeling — why Fridays are no longer the day for office workers to enjoy end-of-the-week pints

Irish Independent 03 Jul 2022
When I go to the office now it’s always mid-week.”Talk turns to the late Tony Ryan, founder of aircraft leasing company Guinness Peat Aviation and co-founder of Ryanair, who they both call “the Godfather” of their industry.I relay a story ...

Saudi Arabia Launches Aircraft Leasing Company Amid Aviation Expansion Mission

Simple Flying 02 Jul 2022
To further accelerate its efforts to diversify the economy and boost non-oil-related economy growth, Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund, the Public Investment Fund (PIF), has launched a new aircraft leasing company called AviLease ....

Saudi wealth fund PIF behind new aircraft lessor Avilease

Irish Independent 02 Jul 2022
The first reported on Wednesday that two of the most experienced figures in Irish aircraft leasing, including former Carlyle Aviation Partners executive Ted O’Byrne and aviation lawyer Rob Murphy, of law firm Arthur Cox, were directors of the new aircraft leasing ...

US testing new fire retardant, critics push other methods

The Associated Press 02 Jul 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.

Saudi Arabia outlines new plan for research, development and innovation

The National 01 Jul 2022
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman unveiled a new programme for the research, development and innovation (RDI) sector, which aims to add 60 billion riyals ($16bn) to the kingdom's gross domestic product by 2040 ... Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund launches aircraft leasing company ... The sector grew by 8 per cent between 2019 and 2021 ... ....

Saudi Arabia’s unemployment rate drops to lowest level since 2008

The Siasat Daily 01 Jul 2022
Riyadh. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s citizen unemployment rate fell in the first quarter of this year to the lowest level since 2008, coinciding with the growth of the Kingdom’s economy, on the impact of the rise in oil prices ... Also Read. Saudi Arabia launches aircraft leasing company ‘AviLease’ ... #الهيئة_العامة_للإحصاء ... للمزيد من التفاصيل ... .

Saudi Arabia launches aircraft leasing company ‘AviLease’

The Siasat Daily 01 Jul 2022
Saudi Arabia announced the founding of an aircraft leasing company named AviLease, as a way to diversify the kingdom’s oil-reliant economy.

Saudi Arabia launches aircraft leasing company

Suryaa 01 Jul 2022
Riyadh, July 1 (IANS) Saudi Arabia announced the founding of an aircraft leasing company named AviLease, as a way to diversify the kingdom's oil-reliant ...

State to lure new PhD students with €28,000 yearly research stipend

The Irish Times 01 Jul 2022
Government launches €100m programme in attempt to recruit high-level researchers. Minister for Research Simon Harris will today launch Innovative for Ireland ... Dómhnal Slattery, chief executive of Dublin aircraft leasing company Avolon, who originally proposed the idea for the programme, said he believed it would be “transformative” for Ireland ... .

PIF launches new aircraft leasing company

Arab News 30 Jun 2022
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has launched an aircraft leasing company named AviLease, according to a statement ... in the aircraft leasing market,” according to PIF.

Saudi PIF launches new aircraft leasing company

Gulf Daily News 30 Jun 2022
AviLease is managed by a top-tier team that will lead its growth, localize knowledge and expertise, and enable the development of the company’s desired infrastructure, with plans to become a national champion in the aircraft leasing market.  ... aircraft leasing market.

PIF Launches“Avilease”, An Aircraft Leasing Company

MENA FN 30 Jun 2022
(MENAFN - Saudi Press Agency) Riyadh, June 30, 2022, SPA -- The Public Investment Fund (PIF) today announced the launch of the Aircraft Leasing Company–AviLease–, which aims to be a leading ... .

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