The VA-X4 is a piloted, zero emissions, electric, vertical take-off and landing vehicle capable of travelling over 200mph.

Ireland is well-positioned to be a “global centre of excellence” in the ultra-short-haul urban air industry, which will see zero-emission, electric ai(...)

Vertical Aerospace,said it would go public through a merger with a blank-check firm in a deal valued at $2.2 billion

Aircraft leasing company Avolon has agreed a $2 billion (€1.6 billion) order for electric aircraft with Bristol-based company Vertical Aerospace. The (...)

Avolon chief executive Dómhnal Slattery: he  said that while air travel’s recovery from pandemic restrictions continued to be uneven, the worst effects were behind the industry

Aircraft lessor Avolon lost $81 million (€67m) in the first three months of the year as air travel’s recovery proved uneven. Dublin-based Avolon buys(...)

Dómhnal Slattery, Avolon chief executive, acknowledged that Covid-19 restrictions posed extreme challenges to global aviation in 2020. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Aircraft lessor Avolon lost €30 million last year as Covid-19 restrictions hit air travel, the Irish company said on Thursday. Dublin-headquartered A(...)

Seán Pattwell, chief executive of CW8 Communications: ‘Everybody likes the Irish, you know.’ Photograph: Robbie Reynolds.

Were it not for the pandemic, public relations boss Seán Pattwell would be among the Irish contingent headed for snowy Davos this January for the Worl(...)

Dómhnal Slattery, Avolon CEO (far right), said the level of airline distress “truly tested” the resilience of the sector.

It will take time for the aviation industry to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic but Irish headquartered Avolon, the international aircraft leasing c(...)

Avolon chief executive Dómhnal Slattery. “Our capital position continues to be one of the strongest in the sector.”  Photograph: Jason Clarke

Aircraft lessor Avolon lost $41 million (€35m) in the third quarter as revenues fell. The Irish-headquartered company said on Thursday that lease rev(...)

Paul Geaney joined Avolon in 2010 from RBS Aviation Capital.

Aircraft lessor Avolon has appointed Paul Geaney as chief risk officer and to its executive committee. Mr Geaney will take responsibility for Avolon’(...)

“The timeframe for the normalisation of air travel remains uncertain,” says Avolon chief executive Dómhnal Slattery. Photograph: iStock

Dublin-based aircraft leasing giant Avolon said it had maintained a “strong” liquidity position of more than $5.5 billion (€4.7bn) at the end of the t(...)

At the end of June, Avolon owned or managed 547 aircraft, and had ordered a further 277 from manufacturers.

Irish aviation lessor Avolon recorded a $162 million (€137.5 million) loss in the second quarter as revenues declined year-on-year from $678 million t(...)

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