Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 January

AerSale Announces Additional Boeing 757 Passenger-To-Freighter Conversions at Its Goodyear, AZ MRO Facility AerSale that it has inducted the first of its 24-owned Boeing 757-200 aircraft for passenger-to-freighter (“P2F”) conversion at its heavy-MRO center in Goodyear, AZ. The first aircraft was delivered by Boeing in 1999 to American Airlines. All 24 of these aircraft are […]

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Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 January

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/ EC-LQM Airbus A320-232 c/n 2223 Vueling Ferried Ostrava-Keflavik-Bangor-Goodyear 13-14/01/21 for United for part-out […]

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China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 January

Air China begins split terminal operations in Beijing Air China has begun operating from two terminals at Beijing Capital International Airport as rivals leave for the newly-opened Daxing airport.  Over 70 flights to 21 domestic destinations, including services to the Inner Mongolian capital of Hohhot, will now operate out of Terminal 2 instead of Terminal […]

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India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 January

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) eases aircraft type regulations The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has removed the requirement of giving type acceptance of aircraft for short term wet leasing (hiring with operating crew) of aircraft in a bid to improve the ease of doing business in this crippled by Covid sector. The […]

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North American Newsletter 25 January

Aircastle Announces Pricing of $750 Million Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes Aircastle announced the pricing of its 2.850% senior notes due 2028 at an issue price of 98.543%. Aircastle plans to use the net proceeds of the offering for general corporate purposes, which may include the repayment, refinancing or redemption of its existing indebtedness. […]

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