Aengus Kelly, chief executive of aircraft leasing company AerCap.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Profits at Irish aircraft lessor Aercap rose 1.6 per cent to $250 million in the three months to June 30th, the company said on Thursday. The news co(...)

EU regulators have approved Irish group Aercap’s €25 billion takeover of GE Capital Aviation Services (Gecas) to create the world’s biggest aircraft lessor

EU regulators have approved Irish group Aercap’s €25 billion takeover of GE Capital Aviation Services (Gecas) to create the world’s biggest aircraft (...)

Aercap chief executive Aengus Kelly.

Irish aircraft leasing company AerCap is set to secure unconditional EU antitrust approval for its $30 billion (€25.46bn) bid for General Electric’s a(...)

Gecas says Covid-19 significantly impacted the ‘activities, financial results and position of the company’

Pretax profits at aircraft leasing firm GE Capital Aviation Services (Gecas) last year decreased sharply to $198.8 million (€167.6 million). New acco(...)

Aer Lingus regional route operator Stobart Air: traded profitably until Covid-19  struck, severely limiting air travel.

Aer Lingus is likely to receive a penalty payment following the failure of its regional partner, Stobart Air, at the weekend. Stobart Air, which oper(...)

The High Court has appointed Deloitte partners Ken Fennell and Mark Degnan as provisional liquidators to Stobart Air, which ceased trading at the weekend. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Aer Lingus will fly five routes from Dublin and Belfast to Britain until “at least” mid-July following the failure of its regional carrier, Stobart Ai(...)

‘We are pleased to report a significant increase in our leasing activity,” says AerCap’s chief executive Aengus Kelly. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Dublin-headquartered aircraft lessor, AerCap, has suggested green shoots may be forming in the aviation sector internationally. It says it signed 60 n(...)

 Insolvency specialist Ken Fennell has worked through the ‘dark days’ of the 1980s, the Irish economy’s subsequent Celtic Tiger growth, the financial crash, and now Covid-19. ‘This will play out differently,’ he says.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With signs that the Covid-19 tide may begin receding this year – albeit much later than many hoped six months ago – the Central Bank of Ireland and ot(...)

Aercap chief executive Aengus Kelly has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for March, an award run in association with Bank o(...)

Irish consumers are still paying a premium on their mortgages compared to their European counterparts. Photograph: iStock

The former executives at Davy who were at the heart of a bond-trading scandal at the stockbroking firm are poised to agree to allow the remaining boar(...)

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