Voyager Aviation Holdings refinanced one of its owned 777-300ER aircraft, which is on lease to a European flag carrier airline. AV AirFinance provided the financing, which represents the inaugural transaction between the two companies. The transaction creates a new lending partnership with AV AirFinance for VAH and also addresses one of the company’s 2022 secured debt maturities, generating additional liquidity to support growth plans.
“We are pleased to have addressed our nearest debt maturity and improved the overall profile of VAH’s secured debt”, Sean Ewing, CFO of VAH, said.
“We are very excited to crystallize our relationship with AV AirFinance with this completed financing and we look forward to future transactions with the AV AirFinance team,” Christian Ginez, head of strategic finance for VAH, said.
“The AV AirFinance team is excited to work with VAH and continue to provide long-term financing solutions to help grow their platform,” Ryan Jasinski, senior vice president at AV AirFinance, said.
VAH is a privately held aviation investment firm and commercial aircraft leasing company based in Dublin, Ireland, with assets of approximately $1.7 billion.
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