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Fly Leasing FY/17 Swings to Profit

Fly Leasing reported net income for FY/17 was $2.6 million compared to a net loss of $29.1 million a year earlier. read more

GECAS Takes Delivery of Airbus’ Tianjin Factory’s First A320neo Aircraft

GECAS took delivery of a MSN 7803 from Tianjin, China on October 25, 2017. Leased to AirAsia, the aircraft is the first A320neo from the Tianjin Airbus factory for both AirAsia and GECAS. read more

GECAS Delivers First A320 NEO Delivery to AirAsia

GE Capital Aviation Services delivered its first Airbus A320neo to AirAsia from the purchase-and-leaseback transaction with the airline for five new Airbus A320neo aircraft powered by CFM LEAP engines. read more

Former GECAS Exec Appointed CEO of Asia Aviation Capital 

AirAsia has appointed former GE Capital Aviation Services executive Stephane Daillencourt as president and CEO of its leasing unit, Asia Aviation Capital. read more

Bloomberg: AirAsia’s Sale of Leasing Unit Could Close in December

According to Bloomberg, AirAsia expects to make roughly $1 billion from the sale of its aircraft leasing unit, which could close in December at the earliest. read more

AirAsia Makes $1B Valuation of Leasing Division

According to Reuters, AirAsia evaluated Asia Aviation Capital, its leasing unit, at 4.1 billion ringgit ($1 billion). read more

Reuters: AirAsia Putting Leasing Arm Up For Sale

Reuters reported that AirAsia will begin the sale of Asia Aviation Capital this month and may value the business at roughly $1 billion. read more

AirAsia Receives $1B Offer for Leasing Company

According to Bloomberg, AirAisa CEO Tony Fernandes said that the company received an offer valued at roughly $1 billion for its aircraft-leasing business. read more

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