Avolon

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Avolon’s headquarters in Dublin. Orix Corporation agreed to buy 30 per cent of Avolon from Bohai Capital.

Aircraft lessor Avolon’s deal with Japanese giant Orix is likely to cut the Irish aviation financier’s borrowing charges. Orix Corporation agreed to (...)

Avolon’s headquarters in Dublin

HNA, the Chinese conglomerate unwinding a global acquisition spree, is in advanced talks to sell a minority stake in Dublin-based jet lessor Avolon t(...)

Avolon’s headquarters in Dublin.

Chinese conglomerate HNA Group is examining options for aircraft leasing business Avolon Holdings, two years after it bought the firm, sources said. (...)

A Boeing 787 putting on a display during  the first day of the Farnborough Airshow in Britain. Photograph: Reuters/Peter Nicholls

General Electric said it remains unconvinced that demand for Boeing’s potential mid-range aircraft, nicknamed the 797, will be enough to justify devel(...)

DHL has placed an order with Boeing for 14 freighters. Photograph: iStock

Boeing kick-started a contest for tens of billions of dollars of orders at the Farnborough Airshow on Monday, with a $4.7 billion (€4.01 billion) deal(...)

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The career pay-off for doing an MBA (Master of Business Administration) is well worth considering. While there may be a common misconception that you (...)

Avolon is vacating the  2,183sq m Oval office on Shelbourne Road

Offices in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, reputed to be among the best fitted in the city are to be offered for letting by way of assignment through Turley Pr(...)

HNA logo on a building in Beijing: debt-laden Chinese conglomerate owns a majority stake in Irish aircraft leasing group Avolon. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

HNA Group Co is seeking to sell some or all of its $6.5 billion (€5.3 billion) stake in Hilton Worldwide Holdings, part of a global asset purge by the(...)

Avolon’s Domhnal Slattery: “In Ireland we have to transition from the quick buck, the quick deal, to building companies that are going to be worth $1 billion and have a global presence.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Rising interest rates threaten to shake up the multibillion-euro aircraft leasing business, according to chief executive of Irish-based Avolon, Domhna(...)

Chief executive Domhnall Slattery: “Avolon delivered a strong performance in 2017 in what was a transformative year for our business”

Revenue at aircraft leasing company Avolon soared in 2017, as it acquired CIT in a “transformative year” for the firm. The company said revenue rose (...)

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