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Hong Kong is seen as a major threat due to major Chinese banks moving in to fund leasing companies there. Photograph: iStock

The latest figures from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), published in December 2017, have forecast net profit for the industry of $(...)

A source of upward cost pressure on the airline industry is labour. Photograph: iStock
What’s ahead for aviation?

Among the key trends in the global aviation finance industry has been the eastward tilting of the axis. While Ireland remains the leading location for(...)

Awas expanded its Boeing Dreamliner fleet in 2016 with its first 787 delivery to  Ethiopian Airlines. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise is buying Dublin-based Awas Aviation Capital in a move that will create a $14 billion (€12.9 billion) aircraft leasing busi(...)

The Irish Aviation Authority describes Ireland as “A nation of aviators”. If that surprises you it can only be because the success of Ireland’s corpo(...)

“Fourteen of the top 15 global lessors have operations in Ireland,” says Pieter Burger, lead tax partner, aircraft leasing and finance, with Deloitte.(...)

AWAS has traditionally been cautious about buying directly from maunfacturers. Image: Thinkstock

Irish leasing company AWAS has been disclosed as the purchaser of 15 current-generation A320-family jets from Airbus. The European planemaker said o(...)

Property firm Hibernia Reit has agreed to pay €51.3 million for Central Quay, a modern office block located between Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Hanov(...)

Domhnal Slattery, chief executive of Avolon: did not refer to specific acquisition targets, but he acknowledged that the company would have to buy other lessors if it is to double in size. Photograph: Eric Luke

Aircraft leasing specialist Avolon is set to get $1.25 billion (€1.14bn) in funding from its new parent to kickstart an expansion that could see it b(...)

Bloodstone Building: completed by property developer Seán Dunne shortly before the property crash in 2008

Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm, is on track to make a profit of €43 million on two office buildings it bought in Dublin’s south d(...)

Bloodstone Building on the Liffey: American investment firm Blackstone is hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value

An American investment firm will be hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value when it puts two office buildings in Dublin’s south docklands back on t(...)

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