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Avolon, in its 2020 outlook paper, said airlines and passengers ‘will turn up to fly’ in the coming year

Boeing’s 737 Max will safely return to revenue service in 2020 because the world needs more Boeing aircraft to support growing demand for air travel, (...)

Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sit parked at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington. Photograph: Gary  He/EPA

Boeing’s decision to temporarily halt production of its grounded 737 Max aircraft will slow growth but not necessarily hit profits at airlines that ar(...)

35 Shelbourne Road occupies a pivotal position at the heart of Ballsbridge in Dublin 4.

While developer David Daly may be preparing to market 35 Shelbourne Road, with the tag line #workinanewlight, it looks as though the landmark office s(...)

Dublin-based Avolon buys aircraft from manufacturers such as Airbus and Boeing and leases them to airlines, using the rent payments to repay the cash borrowed to buy the aircraft

Irish aircraft lessor Avolon’s owned, managed and committed fleet grew 3 per cent to 914 in the three months ended September 30th, the company said on(...)

Dr Nora Khaldi, founder and chief scientific officer, Nuritas

Eight of Ireland’s pace-setters, all winners of The Irish Times Business Person of the Month Award, talk to us about their life at the top; what they’(...)

 Dómhnal Slattery: a significant re-engineering in our capital gains tax structures would have an immediate and positive impact on our start-up ecosystem

As an entrepreneur who has spent the majority of his career in Ireland but travelling to the four corners of the world, I absolutely believe this stat(...)

Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Aircraft lessor Avolon improved its profit in the first quarter by 16 per cent despite a fall in lease revenue. Its lease revenue dropped 4 per cent (...)

The sizeable fees are a deterrent to many and it can put the course out of reach but there are ways and means to fund an MBA. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty

Deciding to opt for an MBA (Master of Business Administration) might be a costly decision, but it can be an investment that pays off several times ove(...)

Avolon chief executive, Dómhnal Slattery, said there was a need to revisit how the State backs start-ups here

The Republic is uniquely placed to be a global start-up leader but faces a number of challenges in becoming one, Irish entrepreneur Dómhnal Slattery h(...)

The number of airline customers Avolon has rose to 156 from 150 over the same period

The number of aircraft owned and managed by Irish lessor Avolon fell by 5 per cent to 553 in the first quarter from 570 a year earlier. In an update (...)

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