25 January 2012

Laurence Hanley joins Maples' Dublin office

The Irish office of international law firm Maples and Calder (“Maples”) announced that senior aviation finance specialist Laurence Hanley has joined the Finance Group.  Laurence’s appointment is one of a number of recent strategic hires and adds further strength and depth to the firm’s innovative aviation practice.  Laurence’s experience is in advising lenders, lessors and […]

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AAR expands logistics footprint to better serve European customers

AAR has expanded its distribution network for original Unison aerospace components to better serve aircraft operators and repair facilities in Europe. AAR, an exclusive supplier of aerospace parts for the Unison distribution channel, is adding inventory at its European Distribution Center located near Amsterdam Schipol Airport. The new inventory includes turbine ignition systems, engine-dedicated alternators,

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Airstream concludes DHC-8 purchase for onward lease

Airstream International has arranged the sale and onward lease of one DeHavilland DHC-8 Q300 aircraft previously operated by Austrian regional carrier InterSky. The aircraft was purchased by lessor AeroCentury Corp and leased for six years to Island Aviation Services of the Maldives. The aircraft will undergo maintenance and be placed into service in February.

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MacCarthy to supply Class Dividers for B737-800 “Sky Interior”

Aircraft Interior Specialist MacCarthy Aviation has received its first order for installing equipment on the B737-800 ‘Sky Interior’ for Russian Airline Transaero. “Our relationship with Transaero has developed steadily over the years, providing toilet upgrades across their B737 fleet in the business class cabin”, explains Phil Francis, Sales Director. “This new order is for stowages,

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Boeing reports strong fourth-quarter results

Boeing reported that fourth-quarter net income rose to $1.4bn, on revenue of $19.6bn. The results reflect continued strong core performance across the company’s businesses, a $0.52 per share impact related to a favorable tax settlement, and higher pension expense.  Fourth-quarter 2010 results included a $0.50 per share favorable tax settlement. Net income for the full year

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