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Shannon-based GECAS recorded a 2 per cent rise in revenues last year, accounts show.

Pre-tax profits at one of the world’s largest leasing aircraft firms GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) last year soared by 86 per cent to $1.79 bil(...)

Shannon Free Zone is one of Ireland’s largest multi-sectoral business parks and contains the largest concentration of North American companies in Ireland outside of Dublin.

With a €40 million property investment programme completed ahead of schedule at Shannon Free Zone, and an occupancy rate of 94 per cent, Shannon Group(...)

Peter Barrett, chief executive of SMBC Aviation Capital,  who will attend this week’s Global Airfinance conference in Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Aircraft leasing is worth more than €500 million to the Republic’s economy and supports almost 5,000 jobs, a report published on the eve of a major in(...)

Fexco, based in Killorglin, Co Kerry, is taking a substantial stake in Airborne Capital. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Foreign exchange and financial services group Fexco is backing a new aircraft leasing venture, Airborne Capital, that plans to have $5 billion in ass(...)

Before working for Aercap, Tom Kelly worked with GE Capital Aviation Services.

Tom Kelly, chief executive of aircraft leasing business, Aercap Ireland, is joining the board of State-owned Shannon Group. Shane Ross, Minister for(...)

As organisations get used to the new regime, perhaps they will learn how to provide meaningful levels of detail. Photograph: Getty Images

The year-long soft launch is over. From tomorrow, those who lobby the State but fail to register the activity, or register it late, face fines and pot(...)

The annual  Global Airfinance Conference is held at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tough new banking rules will increase borrowing costs for the Republic’s aircraft leasing industry, a conference heard on Thursday. Proposed Basel IV(...)

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(...)

The Annual Global Air Finance Conference at Convention Centre Dublin from January 17th-19th includes presentations and debates from some of global aviation’s most senior personnel.

More than 1,200 aviation finance professionals from around the world are due to land in Dublin later this month for the 19th Annual Global Air Financ(...)

Alec Burger: “There is no shortage of liquidity in the industry. Whether it’s lending, whether it’s on the equity side, the demand, I think, for exposure to aviation finance seems very robust.”  Photograph Liam Burke/Press 22

As Alec Burger settles down for our interview, he eyes the video conferencing screen in the meeting room we are using and wonders aloud if such techn(...)

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