Willis Lease Finance Rebrands After Recent Growth

Willis Lease Finance (WLFC) combined its multiple WLFC businesses under new branding that will demonstrate the extent of its combined offerings. The company the new imagery and corporate profile at Aviation Week MRO Europe in London on Oct. 18.

The company has demonstrated consistent innovation and steady growth by strategically developing new products and services designed to drive efficiency for its customers worldwide for more than 45 years.

By adding business units Willis Engine Repair Center US/UK and Jet Centre by Willis, as well as subsidiary Willis Aviation Services Limited, the company has expanded its service offerings to include Part 145 engine maintenance, aircraft line and base maintenance, aircraft disassembly, parking and storage, airport FBO and ground handling services. Serving over 120 countries, WLFC commands a portfolio of $2 billion in assets owned as of June 30, 2022.

“Given our growth and breadth of offerings, we feel it is time to make sure that our industry, customers and partners know that WLFC does much more than leasing,” Austin C. Willis, CEO of WLFC, said. “This new brand is a message to our valued partners and customers that they can turn to WLFC for industry expertise, maintenance, repairs, advisory services and much more.”

“We’ve been attending MRO Europe for years, and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to share our new look with customers and others in the industry,” Brian R. Hole, president of WLFC, said. “We’re excited about this refreshed branding that reflects our continuing growth.”

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