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Commercial Aircraft Leasing Market to Grow by USD 14.50 Bn | Strong Market Position Of ...

The Salamanca Press 22 Oct 2021
21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The commercial aircraft leasing market is set to grow�by USD 14.50 billion from 2021 to 2025 ... Commercial Aircraft Leasing Market 2021-2025 ... Ltd., Nordic Aviation Capital, and Sumitomo Mitsui Finance and Leasing Co ... Ltd., Nordic Aviation Capital, and Sumitomo Mitsui Finance and Leasing Co.
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Looking forward to Indian carriers purchasing many more wide-bodied aircraft: Scindia

The Times of India 22 Oct 2021
The Centre is looking forward to Indian airlines purchasing and leasing many more wide-bodied aircraft once the Indian aviation sector recuperates from the Covid-induced crisis, civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said on Friday.
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FAA Set To Audit India’s Category 1 Safety Rating

Simple Flying 22 Oct 2021
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expected to audit Category 1 safety rating next week ... India’s aviation scene has been dealing with the aftermath of Air India’s sale, but it will now divert its attention to this important visit from the FAA ... Hear from aviation’s movers and shakers ... It’s a busy week for Indian aviation.
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Taoiseach condemns ‘heinous’ use of migrants by Belarus

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
Mr Martin said he would support extending existing sanctions on Belarus to cover aviation. It comes as Irish aircraft leasing companies come under pressure from other EU countries over arrangements to rent planes to national carrier Belavia, which is accused of playing a role in the practice.
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Pressure on some Irish-linked aircraft lessors over planes leased in Belarus

The Irish Times 21 Oct 2021
EU foreign ministers are discussing new economic sanctions on Belarus amid pressure on some Irish aircraft lessors over aircraft they lease to state airline Belavia ... Although CH Aviation data suggests WNG leases one 737 in Belarus, a spokeswoman said the company does “not have any aircraft on lease in that jurisdiction”.
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Avianca Eyes The Boeing 787 As Its Only Long-Haul Aircraft

Simple Flying 21 Oct 2021
This decision will force Avianca to have some changes going forward, and we could see a few lease rejections, retirements, or maybe freighter conversions ... The carrier owned eight of them and had an operating lease on the remaining five. According to ch-aviation, Avianca has four 787-8 active and nine inactive at the moment.
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Avolon’s third quarter profit hits €5.15m

The Irish Times 21 Oct 2021
Avolon combines its own cash with debty to buy aircraft from manufacturers including Airbus and Boeing, which it leases to airlines around the world ... The profit marks a turnaround from the $4 million loss Avolon incurred during the third quarter of last year, when world aviation was still struggling with Covid-19 curbs.
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Why Air India going back to Tatas could be an example of successful privatisation

Indian Express 21 Oct 2021
A high-flying Air India will have a huge positive impact on the entire aviation industry ... As we have seen with Emirates and Qatar, aviation has a multiplier effect on the economy, and a successful national carrier can be a major catalyst to economic growth ... The immediate savings from renegotiating leasing terms are significant.
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Coming to your rooftop soon: flying cars

Business Day 20 Oct 2021
Joby Aviation is locking up leases on rooftops where its mosquito-looking machines will land as early as 2024 ... In 2020, we basically agreed with the Federal Aviation Administration on a road map that we have to take to get through certification, and now we’re marching down that path.
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Aer Lingus Operates Inaugural Long-Haul Flight From The UK

Simple Flying 20 Oct 2021
Today is the day. Aer Lingus UK has started Manchester to Barbados ... The A330-300 is used for the Caribbean destination. Photo. via Aer Lingus. Barbados takes off ... She said. ... According to ch-aviation.com, it was delivered in 2010 and is on lease from AerCap ... Love aviation? Find out what the future holds at the Future Flying Forum 2021, book your seat today.
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City Council Meets; Approves Becker to CAD Board; Comprehensive Plan Contract; Considers New Ladder Truck

Sweetwater Reporter 19 Oct 2021
e Sweetwater City Council recently met in regular session.� ... City Council approved the extended Airport Lease Agreement with Mr ... Elliot, dba Avenger Aviation Services, retroactive to August 15, 2021.� Elliot is the fixed base operator since 2013. The lease expired in August of this year and Eliot was not interested in another 5 year extended term ... ....
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Fexco picks up Pace on measuring aviation’s emissions

The Irish Times 19 Oct 2021
Ireland has grown into a major centre in the global aviation industry since Tony Ryan founded Guinness Peat Aviation in 1975. About six out of every 10 leased aircraft in the world is owned by Irish-based lessors while, on the airlines side of things, Ryanair is the fastest growing in Europe.
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Data center operator selects ABQ for new headquarters

Albuquerque Journal 19 Oct 2021
The company has signed a lease agreement with the city for a former Federal Aviation Administration building at the Albuquerque International Sunport. The Albuquerque City Council was expected to vote on the lease approval at its Monday meeting. In addition to leasing the building, ...
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Impressive: 99% Of BOC Aviation’s Fleet Is Leased Out

Simple Flying 18 Oct 2021
Almost all of Asian lessor BOC Aviation’s planes were leased out in September ... BOC Aviation, formerly named Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise, currently has only nine out of 420 aircraft off lease ... BOC Aviation leases Boeing 737 MAXs to charter operator TUI.
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Govt may ease GST norms on re-export of leased aircraft

Live Mint 18 Oct 2021
The ministry of civil aviation and the finance ministry are studying a plan to ensure that carriers do not face any hardship from customs authorities from the mandatory requirement of a no-objection certificate while exporting leased planes after the expiry of their leases, a person familiar with the discussions said requesting anonymity.
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