AviTrader Weekly News 2018-01-22

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AviTrader Weekly News 2018-01-22

ISSN 1718-7966 JANUARy 22, 2018/ VOL. 624

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London Southend Airport

reaches one million passengers

One million passengers travelled

through London Southend in

2017, a record for the airport following

huge growth over the past

12 months. London Southend saw

passenger numbers jump 25% year

on year, with 1,095,914 people using

the airport between January

and December 2017. Most popular

destinations in 2017 included

Rennes (France) and Amsterdam.

Top predictions for summer 2018

include Croatia (with London

Southend offering routes to Dubrovnik,

Zadar and Pula), Czech

Republic capital Prague and Malta.

Ryanair UK pilots vote for

pay rise

Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline,

has confirmed that all 15 of its

UK pilot bases – including London

Stansted which had previously

rejected an improved pay deal –

have now voted in secret ballot to

accept pay increases of up to 20%

and these increases will be paid

next week in the January payroll.

These increases bring Ryanair’s

pilot pay in the UK to 20% more

than competitor 737 operators

(Norwegian and Jet2).

Germania sets course for

all-Airbus fleet

Germania is now setting the

course for the standardisation

of its fleet. Over the next 15

months, the ten Boeing type 737-

700s in the fleet will be retired

and replaced with Airbus aircraft.

The first three Boeing aircraft will

be leaving as early as the end of

April this year while the last Boeing

plane will leave Germania at

the start of the 2019 summer

season at the latest.

Emirates rescues A380 programme

With a U$16bn order for 36 aircraft

The troubled Airbus A380 superjumbo

has been thrown a lifeline by

Dubai-based Emirates following the

recent revelation by the European

aircraft manufacturer that it would

halt production of the aircraft until

a new order was placed by its only

prospective buyer

– Emirates.

The airline has

now announced

a US$ 16 billion

(AED 58.7 billion)

deal for 36 additional Airbus A380

aircraft, with 20 firm orders and 16

options. Emirates’ A380 fleet operates

both GE and Rolls-Royce engines,

and the airline is evaluating

engine options for its latest A380

order.

The additional Airbus A380s will be

delivered to Emirates from 2020

onwards. Together with the airline’s

101-strong A380 fleet and

its current order backlog for 41

aircraft, this new order brings Emirates’

commitment to the A380 programme

to 178 aircraft, worth over

US$ 60 billion.

“This order will provide stability to the

A380 production line.”

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman Emirates Group

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed

bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President

and Prime Minister of the UAE

and Ruler of Dubai, said: “Emirates

truly represents Dubai’s spirit of

growth, innovation and resilience.

It also epitomises the city’s increasing

role in connecting the world

in terms of people, capital and information

flows. This deal reflects

The A380 has

been thrown

a lifeline.

Photo: Airbus

Emirates’ confidence in shaping

the future, and its commitment to

advancing Dubai’s vision to grow

further as a world-class destination

and aviation hub.”

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin

Saeed Al Maktoum,

Chairman

and Chief Executive,

Emirates Airline

and Group

signed the memorandum

of understanding

(MOU) with John Leahy,

Chief Operating Officer Customers,

Airbus Commercial Aircraft at the

airline’s headquarters in Dubai.

Sheikh Ahmed said: “We’ve made

no secret of the fact that the A380

has been a success for Emirates.

Our customers love it, and we’ve

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been able to deploy it on different missions

across our network, giving us flexibility

in terms of range and passenger

mix.

He added: “Some of the new A380s

we’ve just ordered will be used as fleet

replacements. This order will provide

stability to the A380 production line.

We will continue to work closely with

Airbus to further enhance the aircraft

and onboard product, so as to offer our

passengers the best possible experience.

The beauty of this aircraft is that

the technology and real estate on board

gives us plenty of room to do something

different with the interiors.”

Emirates will buy an additional 36 A380s.

Photo: Airbus

AIRCRAFT & ENGINE NEWS

Air Astana takes delivery of first Airbus

A321neo powered by Pratt & Whitney

Geared Turbofan engines

Kazakh flag carrier Air Astana has taken delivery

of its first Airbus A321neo aircraft. The aircraft,

powered by Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan

(GTF) engines, arrived at the airline’s hub in Almaty,

Kazakhstan on December 30, and is scheduled

to start passenger service on January 16.

Conair signs purchase agreement for six

Q400 aircraft for conversion into Q400

Multirole airtankers

Bombardier Specialized Aircraft has released

that Conair Group, a leading provider of fixedwing

aerial firefighting aircraft, has purchased six

Q400 aircraft. Conair operates the largest fleet

of privately owned fixed-wing airtankers and

supplies specialty aerial firefighting aircraft and

products worldwide. These six Q400 production

aircraft will be modified to incorporate an

enhanced version of Conair’s proprietary Retardant

Delivery System. In the Q400 Multirole configuration,

the retardant tank can be removed

and reinstalled in the field in a few hours. This

enables the aircraft to efficiently perform additional

roles in emergency response, passenger

and cargo transport, medivac, and coastal patrol

without compromising its exceptional firefighting

capabilities.

Embraer delivers 210 jets in 2017

Embraer delivered a total of 210 jets in 2017,

of which 101 were commercial aircraft and 109

were executive jets (72 light and 37 large). The

deliveries were within the outlook ranges for

the year, at 97 to 102 commercial jets, 70 to 80

light business jets and 35 to 45 large business

jets. In the last quarter of 2017, Embraer delivered

23 commercial jets and 50 executive jets

(32 light and 18 large). As of December 31, the

firm order backlog totaled US$18.3bn. Embraer

Commercial Aviation reached the mark of 1,400

E-Jets delivered. The commemorative aircraft

was received by American Airlines, which in the

quarter also signed a firm order for 10 additional

E175 jets. During the last quarter, Embraer

also received firm orders for 15 more E175s

from an undisclosed customer, and an order

from Belavia, Belarusian Airlines, the national

carrier of Belarus, for one additional currentgeneration

E195.

Germania sets course for all-Airbus fleet

From 2020, independent German airline Germania

will be implementing the most comprehensive

fleet replacement measures in its corporate

history. In this context, the airline is now setting

the course for the standardization of its fleet.

Over the next 15 months, the ten Boeing type

737-700s in the fleet will be retired and replaced

with Airbus aircraft. The first three Boeing aircraft

will be leaving as early as the end of April

this year, while the last Boeing plane will leave

Germania at the start of the 2019 summer season,

at the latest. Together with Airbus and additional

flight training schools, Germania is organizing

an in-house training for all Boeing pilots to

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be retrained to fly Airbus planes and to obtain a

type-rating for their new workstation. This way,

the airline will be paving the way for 2020 and

the seamless integration of the 25 type A320neo

aircraft that have been ordered. In July 2016,

Germania signed a contract for the delivery of

25 type A320neos with an option on 15 additional

aircraft of the same type. The aircraft on

order will have 180 seats and be equipped with

the latest generation of Pratt & Whitney Pure-

Power® Geared Turbofan engines. A high level

of fuel efficiency and low noise emissions are key

features of these aircraft, which are among the

most modern of their kind.

Falcon Aviation and Leonardo Helicopters partner for new helicopter offshore

and onshore contract

Air Partner Remarketing completes sale

of Beechcraft King Air 200

Air Partner plc has sold 2009-vintage Beechcraft

King Air 200, serial number BB-2014. Air Partner

plc. acted as the exclusive remarketing agent

for the seller Air HH Luftverkehrsgesellschaft

mbH Privat Jets. This sale marks a strong start to

2018 and follows a successful 2017, in which the

Aircraft Remarketing division won and fulfilled

a number of mandates. Notable transactions

included the sale and delivery of a third Kenya

Airways B777-200ER aircraft to Omni Air International;

the sale of two B747-400s to Jet Midwest

Group on behalf of China Airlines; and the sale of

two of Kenya Airways’ B737-700 aircraft, which

were then leased back to Kenya Airways for continued

operation. The team was also appointed

by Saudi Arabian Airlines as its exclusive remarketing

agent in respect of 15 Boeing 777-200ERs.

It currently has a number of other mandates on

a variety of aircraft, including a B787, several

ERJ145s and an ATR72-500.

GECAS arranges sale-and-leaseback for 10

A320ceo aircraft to Viva Air

GECAS has arranged a sale-and-leaseback, along

with pre-delivery payment financing for Viva Air

in a transaction for ten A320ceo aircraft, to be

delivered in 2018 and 2019. Viva Air has been a

GECAS customer since the inception of VivaColombia

six years ago and their fleet is currently

comprised entirely of A320ceo aircraft powered

by CFM56 engines. The Viva Air Group, which

includes VivaColombia and Viva Air Peru, was

established by Irelandia Aviation and is the first

and only low-cost airline in Colombia and Peru.

Avinco places two A320s with Sundair

Avinco placed two CFM-powered A320s,

MSN4953 and MSN4974, on behalf of LATAM

Falcon Aviation’s Leonardo AW169

Falcon Aviation, one of the UAE’s leading aviation companies specializing in business aviation

services, charter and aircraft management, has confirmed at the Kuwait Aviation Show

that three new Leonardo AW169 helicopters (signed for at the recent Dubai Airshow) will

be deployed on a five-year contract with the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC). The helicopters will

perform onshore and offshore oil & gas operations. This debut in Kuwait marks a significant

expansion for Falcon Aviation, which will be adding additional personnel in Kuwait, including

offshore pilots and supportive administration personnel, plus line and base engineers to

start the contract. The first two AW169s will arrive in March, and the third in April, 2018. Falcon

Aviation will establish all the required infrastructure, including the building of a brandnew

hangar to house the three Leonardo AW169s and create facilities to carry out line and

base maintenance on the type.

Group in the fourth quarter of 2017. The two aircraft

have been placed on lease for 5 years with

Sundair GmbH, a new German airline, partly

owned by Schauinsland-Reisen, one of the biggest

tour operators in Germany. The two aircraft

have been flying to southern European destinations

since the last quarter of 2017.

SkyWorks announces fourth quarter 2017

activities

SkyWorks Holdings has reported transactions

and activities performed during the fourth

quarter of 2017 for its Asset Management activities:

Asset Management Services, provided through

SkyWorks Leasing, included transactions for

11 aircraft and additional services as follows:

SkyWorks sourced and arranged an operating

lease for one 737-300SF on behalf of Modern

Logistics, a Brazilian 3PL and air freight operator.

The aircraft is scheduled for delivery in

February 2018.

Photo: Falcon Aviation

SkyWorks arranged leases for three A330-200s

to Onur Air, Turkey. Two aircraft were delivered

in December, while the third will be delivered

in January 2018. The aircraft are controlled by

a group of U.S. financial institutions.

On behalf of BancFirst, SkyWorks arranged

the lease return and subsequent sale of one

ERJ135 and arranged the sale of two B767-

300ERs previously leased to Delta Air Lines on

behalf of a group of U.S. financial institutions.

SkyWorks arranged the sale of an ex-American

Airlines B757-200 to Flying Tech, China, on behalf

of a U.S. investor and on behalf of a U.S.

based commercial lender, Skyworks arranged

for a long term lease of one E175LR to Republic

Airline.

SkyWorks provided investment analysis and

advisory services to a U.S. investor, resulting in

the acquisition of one B777-300ER on lease to

Cathay Pacific and one A320 on lease to Scoot

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GA Telesis MRO Services signs long-term

agreements with Honeywell

GA Telesis MRO Services has signed a long-term

repair and overhaul license agreement and parts

supply agreement with Honeywell. With this announcement,

GA Telesis will be providing repairs of

over 175 base part number and line replacement

unit (LRU) repair items, and will be sourcing over

1,200 material supply line items from Honeywell

Aerospace. Products include electro-mechanical,

pneumatic and mechanical LRU’s covering a variety

of Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer fleet

applications. These products have been an integral

part of the company’s MRO Services capabilities for

many years and are currently being serviced from

the Miami, Florida facility. Aligning with Honeywell

through these agreements further strengthens GA

Telesis MRO Services focus to support its airline customers

by providing OEM-approved repairs and using

OEM-approved materials at competitive rates.

Rolls-Royce secures new jet engine test facility

in Fort Worth, Texas

Rolls-Royce will operate a jet engine testbed at the

Alliance Airport in Fort Worth, Texas. Rolls-Royce

has signed a lease to take over the entire 440,000

ft² former Texas Aero Engine Services (TAESL) facility,

of which the testbed is a part. The testbed

will be used to carry out endurance test runs for

Rolls-Royce Trent engines, allowing the company

to continue to support its growing fleet at a time

of unprecedented activity. Rolls-Royce is currently

introducing three new large civil aero engines into

service. The Trent 1000 TEN entered service in November

last year, powering the Boeing 787 Dreamliner,

and the Trent XWB-97 and Trent 7000 will enter

service this year on the Airbus A350-1000 and

Airbus A330neo respectively. By the early 2020s,

one in two modern wide-body passenger aircraft

will be powered by Trent engines. Until its closure

in early 2016, TAESL was a maintenance repair and

overhaul (MRO) facility run as a 50-50 joint venture

between American Airlines and Rolls-Royce. Having

signed a lease with property owner, the City of

Fort Worth, Rolls-Royce expects the testbed to be

operational in a few months with approximately a

dozen employees.

Rolls-Royce also recently announced the development

of a new testbed facility at its site in Derby,

U.K., as part of an ongoing commitment to support

the growth in delivery of engines expected over

the coming years.

ST Engineering’s aerospace arm adds about

S$510m contract wins in 4Q2017

Singapore Technologies Engineering has reported

that its aerospace arm, Singapore Technologies

Aerospace secured new contracts worth about

Aero Contractors partners with AJW Group to conduct first airline C-Check in

West and Central Africa

Aero Contractors becomes the first carrier to conduct an aircraft C-Check in West and Central Africa

Photo: AJW Group

AJW Group, a market leader in the global management of aircraft spares, has reported the

successful partnership with Aero Contractors, that has seen the Nigerian airline become the

first carrier to conduct an aircraft C-Check in West and Central Africa. The C-Check, which was

carried out on a Boeing 737-500 aircraft, was marked by an event at the airline’s company

headquarters on Friday, January 12, attended by the Nigerian Minister for Aviation and other

key stakeholders. AJW has been supporting Aero Contractors as its technical partner since July

2017, restructuring and upgrading all of the airline’s MRO support services to C-Check capabilities

for Boeing 737 Classic aircraft – the 300, 400 and 500 series.

S$510m in the fourth quarter (4Q) of 2017 for services

ranging from airframe maintenance and landing

gears repair to pilot training.

The airframe maintenance contracts include multiyear

agreements to provide A- and C-checks for

Boeing aircraft, including the 777 and 747, as well

as support for other platforms, including the MD-

11 and A320. Other Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul

(MRO) contracts clinched in 4Q2017 include

agreements for ATR72-500 shipsets, landing gear

repair for military planes, extension of engine wash

services for existing customers, and Boeing 787

component support over 15 years for Gulf Air and

which was announced last November. In the non-

MRO related business, contracts won during the

quarter include a three-year pilot training agreement

from a new customer.

The aerospace sector redelivered a total of 1,206

aircraft for airframe maintenance and modification

work in 4Q2017. Additionally, a total of 11,852 components,

58 landing gears and 40 engines were processed,

while 2,494 engine washes were conducted.

During the quarter, Elbe Flugzeugwerke, the joint

venture between ST Aerospace and Airbus, redelivered

the first A330-300 Passenger-to-Freighter

converted aircraft to launch customer DHL Express

after the successful completion of test flights in

October and awarding of the Supplemental Type

Certificate by the European Aviation Safety Agency

in November.

For its aircraft seats business, ST Aerospace continues

to build up its capabilities by meeting stringent

performance standards when it achieved the European

Technical Standards Order (ETSO) for the lightweight

economy class seat for the A320 platform.

SR Technics inaugurates new line station at

Manchester Airport

MRO service provider SR Technics has opened its

new Manchester Line Station. The new operations,

which are part of a larger growth strategy in Line

Maintenance, started operating in November 2017

and is fully EASA approved. The station’s initial capability

covers the Airbus A330 and the Boeing 787.

The new SR Technics line station is the first to offer

Boeing 787 services in the UK and is expected to

add other aircraft types, like the Airbus A350 and

other standard Airbus and Boeing aircraft types, in

the near future.

Airbus selects Sabena technics for construction

and operation of fourth painting facility

Only six months after the opening announcement

of their third paint shop, Sabena technics has been

selected by Airbus for the construction and operation

of a fourth painting facility dedicated to Airbus

wide-body aircraft in Toulouse Blagnac airport. This

new facility reinforces Sabena technics’ footprint in

Toulouse and comes in addition to two facilities in

operation since 2015, as well as a third that will be

operational by the end of the year. The construction

of the 7,000 m² paint shop will start on October

2018 and will represent over €23m (US$27.7m)

of investment. The company is looking to hire and

train more than 70 people for an operation startup

scheduled by the end of 2019. By the start of

2020, there will be a total of four painting rooms,

representing approximately 15,000 m² of surface


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Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services on the way to digital warehouse

area, able to accommodate ATR to the Airbus A350

aircraft.

Roll-Royce selects StandardAero for RB211-

535E4 engine MRO services partnership

StandardAero has signed a Letter of Intent with

Rolls-Royce to provide engine MRO services for

the RB211-535E4 program for the life of the engine

type. This award designates StandardAero as

the Rolls-Royce end-of-life engine maintenance

service partner. Rolls-Royce RB211-535E4 engines

are anticipated to remain in commercial airline

service until the year 2040. StandardAero will service

these engines at its San Antonio, Texas facility,

where the company recently acquired a long-term

lease for its existing facilities, previously leased by

Kelly Air Center, and expanded space to provide

more capacity for engine MRO growth. Moreover,

the expanded lease space also includes four additional

engine test cells to support higher thrust

class and afterburning turbofan engines.

“The RB211-535E4 engine will be the highest

thrust engine in StandardAero’s commercial MRO

portfolio,” said Peter Turner, President of StandardAero’s

Airlines and Fleets division.

RB211-535E4 engines are capable of generating

40,100 to 43,100 pounds thrust, and power the

Boeing 757 aircraft, which is flown by many of the

world’s major airlines, with half of the fleet in-service

in North America.

Boeing and Adient combine to manufacture

airplane seats

Boeing is entering into a joint venture with automotive

seat manufacturer Adient to develop and

produce airplane seats. Boeing will hold a 49.99

percent stake in the new company, Adient Aerospace,

which will be located in Kaiserslautern, near

Frankfurt, Germany.

The move comes at a time when the aerospace industry

is witnessing a number of companies teaming

up together to supply and manufacture aircraft

components. In September, United Technologies

announced it was buying Rockwell Collins, which

makes airplane engines, while Rockwell had announced

its intention to buy airplane seat manu-

Smart data glove

Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services (LTLS) is driving digitalization forward by purposefully using Internet

of Things (IoT) technologies. The aim is to improve the efficiency of operational processes

and lay the foundation for reducing the workload of employees. For this purpose, the wholly

owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik AG has launched a targeted warehousing program as part of

its digitalization strategy. Within the framework of this program, fundamental processes in all areas

will be automated, digitalized and interconnected. The pilot location for the digital warehouse is

Munich Airport, which is particularly suitable due to its strong growth and modern infrastructure,

as well as the fact that new aircraft types such as the Airbus A350 are stationed there. “We are currently

testing and starting to implement digital assistance systems, localization technologies and

driverless transport systems in selected areas of activity. We cooperate with specific start-ups. For

instance, we are introducing the smart data glove of Proglove as well as an automated guided

vehicle of Agilox”

said Dr. Harald Kolbe, Head of Digital Innovation at LTLS.

Core logistics processes are not only being digitalized in Munich, but also at other locations, such

as Frankfurt and Hamburg. The ultimate goal is to implement efficient processes at all locations.

To keep realizing new ideas at short intervals and with great speed, LTLS relies on agile project

management. But cooperation with start-ups and the implementation of a group-wide innovation

culture at all hierarchical levels are also important elements on the way to a digital warehouse.

Photo: Lufthansa Technik

facturer B/E Aerospace the previous year. Zodiac

Aerospace, the French aircraft interiors group is being

taken over by French aero-engine maker Safran

this year in an €8.7bn (US$10.4bn) deal that will

create one of the world’s biggest aerospace suppliers

with annual revenues of €21bn (US$25bn).

Boeing sees this as an opportunity to avoid problems

created by tardy delivery of seats for the company’s

current record numbers of jet sales, a problem

which has recently plagued rival airline Airbus.

Both Boeing’s 777 and Airbus’ marquee A350 were

affected by delays of seat deliveries from Zodiac

Aerospace.

According to Kevin Schemm, chief financial officer

for Boeing Commercial Airplanes: “Seats have

been a persistent challenge for our customers, the


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industry and Boeing, and we are taking action to

help address constraints in the market.”

Boeing has the potential to now reap the benefits

of a recurring revenue as, according to Henry

Harteveldt, founder of the Atmosphere Research

Group “An airline might be buying an airplane

every 20 years,” adding that airlines refurbish their

cabins generally within a decade.

It is understood that the airplane seating market is

worth an estimated US$4.5 billion annually.

Honeywell supplies United Airlines with

cockpit technologies for new Boeing 737

MAX airplanes

Multiple Honeywell cockpit technologies have

been selected by United Airlines to outfit its new

fleet of more than 150 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes.

The flight deck package will include the first installment

of Honeywell’s SmartRunway® and Smart-

Landing® on a Boeing 737 MAX and will feature

Honeywell’s IntuVue® RDR-4000 3D Weather Radar

System and Integrated Multi-Mode Receiver.

These solutions work in tandem to greatly improve

passenger safety and comfort during takeoff, landing

and potentially hazardous weather conditions.

“Poor weather conditions and runway incursions

are major concerns for the commercial aviation

industry. Solutions such as IntuVue, SmartRunway

and SmartLanding can prevent these incidents

from occurring by providing pilots with the information

they need to make avoidance decisions

quicker,” said Carl Esposito, president, Electronic

Solutions, Honeywell Aerospace. “This technology

is especially important for airlines such as United

that fly many routes through diverse weather patterns.

It allows them to be prepared for anything

and stay operational, so passengers reach their

destinations as quickly and safely as possible.”

AerSale to provide MRO services for Orbis Flying Eye Hospital

Obis Flying Eye Hospital

Photo: AerSale

AerSale, a global supplier

of mid-life aircraft, engines,

used serviceable material

(USM), and MRO services,

has reported that it is servicing

the Orbis Flying Eye

Hospital at its Goodyear,

Arizona, MRO facility. The

aircraft will undergo a routine

maintenance C check,

which requires a large majority

of an aircraft’s components

to be inspected.

The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital,

a high-profile aircraft

housing a state-of-the-art

teaching facility, complete

with operating room, classroom, and recovery room, travels the world in a global effort to end

avoidable blindness. The working hospital flies to low- and middle-income countries, provides

specialist training for local doctors and nurses, and performs sight-saving surgeries.

FINANCIAL NEWS

Ethiopian partners with Zambian Government

for re-launch of Zambia Airways

Ethiopian Airlines has finalized ashareholders

agreement with the Government of Zambia for the

re-launch of Zambia Airways. The Government of

Zambia will be the majority shareholder with 55%,

and Ethiopian will have a 45% stake in the airline.

The airline is initially meant to serve national and

regional destinations before embarking on international

flights. Tewolde Gebremariam, Group CEO

of Ethiopian Airlines remarked: “In line with our Vision

2025 multiple hubs strategy in Africa, we are

very happy that the discussions with the Zambian

government have been crowned with success. The

launching of Zambia Airways will enable the travelling

public in Zambia and the Southern African

region to enjoy greater connectivity options, thereby

facilitating the flow of investment, trade and

tourism, and contributing to the socio-economic

growth of the country and the region.”

DAE Capital launches third-party aviation

asset management unit

DAE Capital, Dubai Aerospace Enterprise’s leasing

division, has reported the creation of DAE Aircraft

Investor Services (DAE-AIS), a separate unit dedicated

to servicing the needs of debt and equity

investors in aviation assets.

DAE-AIS will leverage DAE’s full-service, global

platform to provide bespoke asset management

solutions to investors in aviation assets, provide

investors a single point of contact dedicated to

championing their interests within the wider DAE

platform and ensure a best-in-class standard of

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care for investors’ assets. Commenting on the

creation of DAE-AIS, Firoz Tarapore, Chief Executive

Officer of DAE said: “DAE-AIS will provide a unique

offering blending our full platform capabilities with

a dedicated service unit led by industry veteran

Dan Stone. Dan will be responsible for growing

the assets under management of approximately

US$850m to US$5bn to address the growing needs

of investors in this sector.”

Air Partner reports good second half performance

Air Partner, the global aviation services group, has

released a trading statement ahead of its scheduled

update on February 1, and its financial year

ending on January 31, 2018. Air Partner reported

that it has had a good second half, driven by continued

positive performance across all product

lines within the Broking division, including strong

results in the US and in freight. In Consulting &

Training, the forward pipeline remains encouraging.

Underlying pre-tax profit for the financial year

ending January 31, 2018 is expected to be not less

than £6.4m, which compares to £5.1m reported

in the same period last year and ahead of market

consensus of £5.9m. The group retains a strong net

cash position. The acquisition of SafeSkys, a leading

Environmental and Air Traffic Control services provider

to U.K. & International airports, announced in

September, is performing in line with expectations.

SafeSkys operations relocated to Air Partner’s London

Gatwick HQ in November 2017, and integration

has now been completed. (£1.00 = US$1.39 at

time of publication.)

Industry veterans Eric Adema and Jared

Dowell to launch Elevate Capital Partners

Elevate Capital Partners (Elevate) is a private investment

and asset management firm located in the

San Francisco Bay Area that is focused exclusively

on making value-based commercial aircraft and

aviation-related investments. Elevate specializes in

acquiring and structuring leases for mid-life commercial

aircraft (typically 10-25 years of age) that

enable airlines and investors to realize the maximum

value of their capital assets. The principals

Reykjavik-Keflavik International Airport

Photo: Air BP

Air BP, the international aviation fuel products and service supplier, has further extended its

reach in the Nordics and is now present at Reykjavik-Keflavik International Airport (KEF/BIKF),

Iceland’s largest airport. This marks the first location for Air BP in Iceland and comes in response

to increased customer demand from both the business and commercial aviation sectors. Iceland

continues to experience major growth in travel and tourism owing to its geographical location

between North America and Europe. Over 6.8 million passengers travelled through Reykjavik-

Keflavik International Airport in 2016, up 40% on the previous year. The airport currently serves

over 90 destinations operated by 26 airlines during its peak summer season.

have deep industry knowledge and relationships

that span a multitude of airlines and jurisdictions

worldwide. The Elevate founders have over 27

years of combined experience in commercial aviation

investment and finance, and have acquired,

leased, and remarketed over 135 for aircraft with

an aggregate asset value in excess of $1 billion. The

firm operates with the highest level of integrity,

creativity and professionalism in order to Elevate

the experience of its customers and investors.

OTHER NEWS

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) closed the year 2017 with

6.1% growth. More than 64.5 million passengers

traveled through Germany’s largest aviation hub.

European traffic served as the main growth driver,

increasing by 7.4%, while intercontinental traffic

rose by 4.9%. FRA’s cargo throughput (airfreight

+ airmail) advanced by US$3.6 year-on-year to

some 2.2 million metric tons. Aircraft movements

at Frankfurt grew by 2.7% to 475,537 takeoffs and

landings – attributable to increased flight offerings

from the airlines. Accumulated maximum takeoff

weights (MTOWs) rose by 1.3%, surpassing 30 million

metric tons in 2017.

In 2017, Ljubljana Airport (LJU) in Slovenia received

some 1.7 million passengers (up 19.8%).

Lima Airport (LIM) in Peru’s capital recorded a

9.3% rise in traffic to 20.6 million passengers. Combined,

the Fraport Twin Star airports of Varna

(VAR) and Burgas (BOJ) welcomed nearly 5.0 million

passengers, up 8.4% year-on-year.

Fraport’s 14 Greek regional airports closed 2017

with a combined total of about 27.6 million passengers,

representing a rise of 10.3%. The busiest

airports included: Kavala (KVA), where traffic

surged by 22.8% to 337,963 passengers; Kos (KGS),

posting a gain of 20.7% to some 2.3 million passengers;

and Mykonos (JMK) which advanced by

18.6% to about 1.2 million passengers.

Antalya Airport (AYT) on the Turkish Riviera performed

well again in 2017 – following a difficult


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OTHER NEWS

year in 2016 – with a significant 38.5% traffic gain

to 26.3 million passengers. In northern Germany,

Hanover Airport (HAJ) also registered a rise of

8.5% to 5.9 million passengers. Pulkovo Airport

(LED) in St. Petersburg, Russia, reported significant

double-digit growth of 21.6% to 16.1 million passengers,

following a slight drop in 2016. China’s

Xi’an Airport (XIY) served 41.9 million passengers,

up 13.1% year-on-year.

Munich Airport’s dynamic growth continued in

2017 with new traffic records in several categories:

Passenger traffic increased 2.3 million to a new

all-time high of 44.6 million. This was a 5.5% gain

over the 2016 figure. The airport also saw a strong

surge in take-offs and landings, with an increase of

more than 10,000 to approximately 405,000 – a

gain of 2.6%. Without the reduction in services by

Air Berlin in the summer period, followed by that

airline’s bankruptcy, the increase would have been

even bigger. Another record is reported by the airfreight

segment, which achieved a total turnover

of around 379,000 tons in 2017 – a 7% gain over

the previous year. As in previous years, passenger

growth in Munich benefited in particular from

above-average gains in international traffic: The

strongest growth was seen in the intercontinental

segment, where traffic increased by 7% to 7.3 million

passengers. Demand was especially strong for

connections from Munich to destinations in the

USA. Continental services remained the largest

traffic segment with a total of 27.4 million passengers

– 6.5% more than in 2016. Within Europe, the

strongest growth was seen on routes to and from

Greece and Spain. On domestic routes within Germany,

traffic increased by more than 2% to over

9.8 million passengers. The percentage of seats occupied

was up again in 2017, increasing to 76.5%.

Munich also expanded its global route network yet

again: With 266 destinations – nine more than in

the previous year – passengers at Bavaria’s international

hub had more routes to choose from than

ever before. The number of airlines offering scheduled

services in Munich increased by two to 102.

Air Astana has completed the installation of Rockwell

Collins’ cabin system, which supports Inmarsat’s

GX Aviation in-flight connectivity (IFC) service,

across its fleet of three Boeing 767 aircraft. The IFC

service is available to both Business and Economy

class passengers, who can now connect to the Internet,

use various applications for instant messaging

and social networks, listen to audio and check

their mail using personal computers, tablets or

smartphones. Air Astana’s passengers can choose

from three connectivity packages. The airline’s

Light option covers 15 MB; the Regular option covers

50 MB; and the Super option offers 100 MB.

All services are estimated to operate at an average

speed of 2 to 5 Mbps. In September 2017, Air Astana

became the first airline in the world to offer Inmarsat’s

GX Aviation onboard a wide-body aircraft

when the installation on its first Boeing 767 was

completed. It’s Boeing 767 aircraft are operated on

domestic trunk routes and high-density, long-haul

routes out of Almaty and Astana.

AAR, a leading integrator of aviation supply chain

solutions, will provide in-flight connectivity logistics,

repair and aftermarket management services

to Viasat, a global communications company.

Through this partnership, AAR’s OEM Aftermarket

Solutions group will manage the aftermarket

inventory pool of Viasat components including

modems, antennas, radomes, wireless access

points (WAPs) and power supply units (PSUs).

These components will be deployed on a forwardexchange

basis to support Viasat’s current and future

airline customers.

According to preliminary figures released by the

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO),

2017 saw a 7.1% increase to a record figure of 4.1

billion for the number of passengers carried by the

aviation industry. While the number of departures,

globally, rose to circa 37 million, world passenger

traffic measured in revenue passenger-kilometers

(RPKs) was up 7.6% at 7.7 trillion RPKs.

According to ICAO Council President Dr. Olumuyiwa

Benard Aliu: “The sustainability of the

tremendous growth in international civil air traffic

is demonstrated by the continuous improvements

to its safety, security, efficiency and environmental

footprint. This sustainability is the

result of concerted efforts and cooperation at

the national, regional, and global levels, particularly

in terms of ICAO compliancy, which is key to

accessing the global network.”

ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu added that:

“Air traffic growth is making key contributions

towards the achievement of United Nations

Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals,

offering an opportunity to lift a generation out of

poverty, figuratively and literally. As a UN agency,

ICAO is deeply committed to ensuring that all

countries have an opportunity to benefit from

the doubling in flight and passenger volumes

forecast for the next 15 years.”

Other than the Middle East, regions recorded

stronger growth than in the previous year for

international scheduled passenger traffic expressed

in terms of RPKs, at 8.0% in 2017, up

from the 7.8% recorded in 2016.

As far as low-cost carrier (LCC) activity was concerned,

its market share continued to increase,

particularly in emerging economies. In 2017, LCCs

carried an estimated 1.2 billion passengers and accounted

for approximately 30% of the world total

of scheduled passengers. LCCs consistently grew at

a faster pace compared to the world average.

Load factors improved to a record high, and in

2017, expressed in available seat-kilometers

(ASKs), they increased globally by around 6.4%. As

a result, the overall passenger load factor improved

by 0.9 percentage points, reaching 81.2%.

Underpinned by improving global economic conditions,

and world trade with increasing import and

export orders, air cargo demonstrated a strong performance

in 2017. World scheduled freight traffic,

measured in freight ton-kilometers (FTK) increased

by 9.5% in 2017, as opposed to 3.8% in 2016.

Though jet fuel prices increased, the airline industry

anticipates ending 2017 with another

record operating profit of approximately US$60

billion, with an operating margin of 8.0%. The

net profits for the industry are expected to be

around US$36 billion.

INDUSTRY PEOPLE

• With the arrival of

Anup Mysoor at the

beginning of 2018,

Doric continues to

expand its successful

aviation business.

Mysoor is a longstanding

aviation professional.

He headed

Anup Mysoor

the Citigroup aviation

business in Asia-Pacific as a managing director

for many years. He holds an MBA

from Manchester Business School, an MSc

in Investment Analysis from the University

of Stirling, and a BCom from the University

of Mysore. Mysoor joins as a managing

partner based in London. He will focus on

setting out the Doric aviation strategy and

enlarging the aviation platform.

• Declan Kelly has

been named Chief

Commercial Officer for

GECAS. In this newly

created role, Kelly will

lead all originations

activities for GECAS’

fixed-wing aircraft and

is responsible for the

Declan Kelly

commercial strategy,

building synergy and share practices between

GECAS’ regions. Kelly brings 30 years’

experience in the aviation industry, along

with deep domain expertise and proven

leadership skills to the role. He will report

to Alec Burger, President of GE Capital and

President and CEO of GECAS. GECAS’ Chief

Commercial Officer will be based in Shannon

Ireland. Until a replacement is named

for his prior role, Kelly will also continue to

serve as Executive Vice President, US, Latin

America, Caribbean.

• GA Telesis has announced the addition of

its newest support team, the Government

Solutions Group (GSG), to begin supporting


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INDUSTRY PEOPLE

all U.S. Government procurement activities.

The GSG team will begin offering various

aviation- and non-aviation-based materials

to multiple agencies, including the Defense

Logistics Agency (DLA) and Foreign Military

Sales (FMS). The team will be led by military

sales veteran, Lee Levinstein, who said:

“Coupling my defense contracts experience

with GA Telesis’ extensive OEM relationships

will assure GA Telesis a rapid entry

and strong presence in the U.S. Government

contracts arena,” adding: “GA Telesis

is well situated to become a leader in the

defense industry and a key partner of the

U.S. Government. I am honored and excited

to lead the new GSG team.”

• Avant Aerospace

has appointed Donald

(Don) Snodgrass as

its new president. In

this role, he will oversee

the Avant teams

in Texas, Illinois, and

Colorado, in addition

to his current responsibilities

as president

Donald Snodgrass

of Dallas Aeronautical Services (DAS). Don

Snodgrass is a seasoned and well-regarded

business leader in the aviation industry;

throughout his career, his determination

and keen business insights have driven the

growth of numerous companies. In addition,

his broad and extensive knowledge

of military, commercial, and corporate aircraft

is particularly valuable as it aligns with

Avant’s endeavors to expand stock lines

beyond Dassault Falcon-specific spares and

rotables.

• Frédéric Torrea has

been appointed Corporate

Secretary and

General Counsel of

ATR. In addition to

his duties as General

Counsel of ATR (since

2009) and Chief Compliance

Officer (since

Frédéric Torrea

2015), he will now be

responsible for Corporate Affairs, Institutional

Relations and Environment, Communications,

Facility Management and IT

systems. As a member of the ATR Executive

Committee, he will be reporting to the CEO,

Christian Scherer.

• TrueNoord, the specialist regional aircraft

lessor, has appointed Richard Jacobs

to Head of Sales and Marketing, and Carst

Lindeboom as new Sales Director. Jacobs

and Lindeboom both joined the TrueNoord

team this month as the organization expands

its senior management in line with

significant portfolio growth and emerging

global opportunities.

• IBA, the independent aviation consultancy,

has released that Alice Gondry, Head of

Operations – Intelligence, has earned Senior

Appraiser status through the International

Society of Transport Aircraft Trading

(ISTAT). Gondry joined IBA in 2005 and is

responsible for managing operations within

the commercial aviation intelligence team.

She oversees the production and delivery of

intelligence-derived projects, from desktop

valuations through to strategic DD assignments

and feasibility studies around asset

selection.

• SITA, the global provider of IT and communications

to the air transport industry,

has announced the appointment of Diana

Einterz as SITA President, Americas. She

will be responsible for developing and driving

the strategic direction for SITA in the

region leading SITA’s team that manages

the delivery of solutions to hundreds of

airlines, airports and governments across

the Americas. A highly experienced global

leader, Einterz comes to SITA from Orange

Business Services (OBS), a key SITA partner,

where she was Executive Vice President of

the French Major Clients Division.

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Commercial Jet Aircraft

Aircraft Type Company Engine MSN Year Available Sale / Lease Contact Email Phone

A319-100 ORIX Aviation CFM56-5B5/P 2385 2005 Q1/2019 Lease Oisin Riordan oisin.riordan@orix.ie +353 871774524

A320-200 Castlelake V2527-A5 2288 2003 Q4/2018 Lease Michael Hackett michael.hackett@castlelake.com +44 20 7190 6120

A320-200 Castlelake V2527-A5 2161 2003 Q4/2018 Lease Michael Hackett michael.hackett@castlelake.com +44 20 7190 6120

A340-300 GA Telesis CFM56-5C4 433 2001 Q1/2018 Sale Kevin Milligan kmilligan@gatelesis.com +1 954-676-3111

A340-300 GA Telesis CFM56-5C4 541 2003 Q1/2018 Sale Kevin Milligan kmilligan@gatelesis.com +1 954-676-3111

B737-300 Aersale CFM56-3 27707 1995 Now Sale / Lease Craig Wright craig.wright@aersale.com +1 305 764 3238

B737-300 Aersale CFM56-3 27926 1995 Now Sale / Lease Craig Wright craig.wright@aersale.com +1 305 764 3238

B737-400 Safair Operations Freighter East Africa Dec 2017 ACMI only C. Schoonderwoerd corneliss@safair.co.za +27 11 928 0000

B737-400 Aersale CFM56-3C1 24688 1990 Now Sale / Lease Craig Wright Craig.Wright@aersale.com +1 305 764 3238

B737-400 Aersale CFM56-3C1 25417 1991 Now Sale / Lease Craig Wright Craig.Wright@aersale.com +1 305 764 3238

B737-400 Aersale CFM56-3C1 24688 1990 Now Sale / Lease Craig Wright Craig.Wright@aersale.com +1 305 764 3238

B737-5H6 Bristol Associates CFM56-3C1 26445 1992 Now Sale Ed McNair / Pete Seidlitz bristol@bristolassociates.com +1 202-682-4000

B737-800 ORIX Aviation CFM56-7B26 34701 2006 Q1/2018 Lease Oisin Riordan oisin.riordan@orix.ie +353 871774524

B737-800 ORIX Aviation CFM56-7B24E 40287 2012 Q1/2019 Lease Oisin Riordan oisin.riordan@orix.ie +353 871774524

B737-800 Aersale CFM56-7B26 32917 2002 Q1/2018 Sale / Lease Sally Browne Sally.Browne@aersale.com +353 86 021 4841

B737-800 Aersale CFM56-7B26 32624 2001 Q1/2018 Sale / Lease Sally Browne Sally.Browne@aersale.com +353 86 021 4841

B737-800 World Star Aviation Services CFM56-7B26 32604 2002 Now Lease Paulo Bettencourt pbettencourt@worldstaraviation.com +1 415-956-9454

B747-400 Bristol Associates 28812 1999 Now Sale Ed McNair / Pete Seidlitz bristol@bristolassociates.com +1 202-682-4000

B747-400 Bristol Associates 30023 2000 Now Sale Ed McNair / Pete Seidlitz bristol@bristolassociates.com +1 202-682-4000

B747-400 GA Telesis RB211-524 26637 1992 Now Sale Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1 954 676 3111

B747-400 GA Telesis PW4000 29950 2000 Now Sale Stuart Weinroth sweinroth@gatelesis.com +1 954 676 3111

B747-400BCF Jet Midwest PW4056-3 27044 1990 Now Sale / Lease Kevin Lee aircraft@jetmidwest.com +1-310-652-0296

B777-200ER GA Telesis 28999 Now Sale Stuart Weinroth sweinroth@gatelesis.com +1 954 676 3111

B777-200ER GA Telesis 28523 Now Sale Stuart Weinroth sweinroth@gatelesis.com +1 954 676 3111

DC8 Aersale No engines 46094 1969 Now Sale Craig Wright Craig.Wright@aersale.com +1 305 764 3238

Regional Jet / Turboprop Aircraft

Aircraft Type Company Engine MSN Year Available Sale / Lease Contact Email Phone

CRJ-200LR Regional One CF34-3B1 7484 2001 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

CRJ-700 Regional One CF34-8C5B1 10246 2006 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

CRJ-700 Regional One CF34-8C5B1 10029 2001 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

CRJ-900LR Regional One CF34-8C5 15057 2005 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

DASH8-311 Regional One PW123B 323 1992 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

DASH8-311 Regional One PW123B 325 1992 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

Dornier 328-

Regional One PW306B 3145 2000 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

300

Dornier 328-

Regional One PW306B 3185 2001 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

300

170012

ERJ-170LR AerFin CF34-8E

Now Sale / Lease Mark Dunnachie mark.dunnachie@aerfin.com +44 2920 109 898

3

ERJ-145 Regional One AE3007A1P 145291 2000 Now Sale / Lease Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

SF340B Jet Midwest CT7-9B 320 1992 Now Sale / Lease Kevin Lee aircraft@jetmidwest.com +1-310-652-0296

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Commerical Engines

Multiple Types

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

Multiple Engines GE / CFM / RB211

Now - Sale / Lease GECAS Engine Leasing

Sherry Riley engine.leasing@gecas.com +1(513)782-4272

AE3007 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) AE3007A1 Now - Sale / Lease Magellan Aviation Group

Bill Polyi bill.polyi@magellangroup.net +1 (704) 504 9204 x202

(3) AE3007A1P Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Regional One Miguel Bolivar mbolivar@RegionalOne.com +1 786-623-3936

(2) AE3007 Now - Sale GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1 954 676 3111

CF34 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

CF34-8E5 Now - Lease Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey Kai Ebach

k.ebach@lhaero.com

+49-6731-497-368

CF34-10E

Now - Lease

CF34-8C

Now - Lease

CF34-3B1

Now - Lease

CF34-3A

Now - Sale / Lease

(2) CF34-8C5B1 Now - Sale / Lease Regional One Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

(1) CF34-3B1 Now - Sale / Lease

(1) CF34-10E5A1 Now - Sale / Lease GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1-954-676-3111

(1) CF34-3B1 Now - Sale

(1) CF34-8C5/B1 Now - Sale / Lease Magellan Aviation Group

Bill Polyi bill.polyi@magellangroup.net +1 (704) 504 9204 x202

(1) CF34-8E Now - Sale / Lease AerFin Oliver James Oliver.James@aerfin.com +44 (0) 2920109898

(1) CF34-10E6 Now - Lease Engine Lease Finance Declan Madigan declan.madigan@elfc.com +353 61 291717

(1) CF34-10E7 Now - Lease

CF34-8E(s)

Now - Sale / Lease GECAS Engine Leasing

Sherry Riley engine.leasing@gecas.com +1 (513) 782-4272

(1) CF34-10E7 Now - Lease Willis Lease

Ann Lee alee@willislease.com +1 (415) 408 4769

CF6 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) CF6-80C2B1F Now - Sale / Lease AerSale. Inc. Alan Kehoe Alan.Kehoe@aersale.com +353 879 393 534

(1) CF6-80C2A5 Now - Sale / Lease Alan Kehoe Alan.Kehoe@aersale.com +353 879 393 534

(1) CF6-80C2B6F Now - Sale / Lease Matthew White matthew.white@aersale.com +353 1475 3005

(1) CF6-80C2B7F Now - Sale / Lease Matthew White matthew.white@aersale.com +353 1475 3005

(1) CF6-80C2B7F Now - Sale GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1-954-676-3111

(5) CF6-80C2B1F Now - Sale aircrafttrading@gatelesis.com

CFM56 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) CFM56-3C1 Now - Sale / Lease Royal Aero

Calum MacLeod calum@royalaero.com +49 8025 993610

(1) CFM56-5A3 Nov 17 - Sale / Lease

(2) CFM56-5B Now - Sale / Lease GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1-954-676-3111

(2) CFM56-7B26 Now - Sale

(1) CFM56-7B26/E Now - Lease Engine Lease Finance Declan Madigan declan.madigan@elfc.com +353 61 291717

(1) CFM56-7B26/3 Now - Lease

(2) CFM56-5C4/P Now - Sale / Lease Castlelake Stuart MacGregor stuart.macgregor@castlelake.com +44 207 190 6138

(1) CFM56-3C1 Now - Sale

(2) CFM56-3C1 Now - Sale / Lease AerSale. Inc. Alan Kehoe Alan.Kehoe@aersale.com +353 879 393 534

(2) CFM56-5A

Now - Sale

GECAS Engine Leasing

Sherry Riley engine.leasing@gecas.com +1(513)782-4272

(1) CFM56-7B20 TRUEngine

TM Now - Sale / Exchange CFM Materials Jimmy Hill Jimmy.Hill@cfmmaterials.com +1 214-988-6670

(1) CFM56-7B24 TRUEngine

TM Now - Sale / Exchange

(1) CFM56-7B27 TRUEngine

TM Now - Sale / Exchange

(1) CFM56-5B4/P TRUEngine

TM Now - Sale / Exchange

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Commerical Engines (cont.)

(1) CFM56-5C4/P Now - Sale AerFin Oliver James Oliver.James@aerfin.com +44 (0) 2920109898

(4) CFM56-5C4 Now - Sale

(1) CFM56-5B Now - Sale / Lease

(1) CFM56-7B Now - Sale / Lease

(1) CFM56-5B Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Werner Aero Services Cliff Topham ctopham@werneraero.com +1-703-402-7430

(1) CFM56-7B Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(1) CFM56-5B4/3 Soon - Lease Willis Lease

Ann Lee alee@willislease.com +1 (415) 408 4769

(2) CFM56-5C4/P Soon - Lease

(1) CFM56-7B26 Now - Lease

(1) CFM56-5B4/P Soon - Lease

(1) CFM56-7B24/3 Now - Lease

JT8D and JT9D Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) JT9D-7R4D-E Now - Sale/Lease Jet Midwest Kevin Lee engines@jetmidwest.com +1-310-652-0296

(1) JT8D-219 Now - Sale GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1 954 676 3111

GEnx Engines Sale / Lease Company

Contact Email Phone

(2) GEnx Soon - Lease Willis Lease

Ann Lee alee@willislease.com +1 (415) 408 4769

LEAP Engines Sale / Lease Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) LEAP-1A33 Soon - Lease Willis Lease

Ann Lee alee@willislease.com +1 (415) 408 4769

PW Small Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) PW121 (Dash 8) Now - Sale / Lease Magellan Aviation Group

Bill Polyi bill.polyi@magellangroup.net +1 (704) 504 9204 x202

(1) PW123B/D/E

(1) PW124B

(1) PW121 (ATR)

(1) PW127E/F/M

(1) PW150A

(2) PW121 (ATR)

Now - Sale / Lease

Now - Sale / Lease

Now - Sale / Lease

Now - Sale / Lease

Now - Sale / Lease

Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Willis Lease

David Desaulniers ddesaulniers@willislease.com +1 415 516 4837

(2) PW121-8 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(1) PW123 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(1) PW127 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(2) PW150A Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(1) PW127M Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(2) PW127F Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(2) PW124B Now - Sale/Lease/Exch.

(1) PW120A Now - Sale / Lease Regional One Chris Furlan cfurlan@regionalone.com +1(305) 759-0670 Ext.164

(1) PW120 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Miguel Bolivar mbolivar@RegionalOne.com +1 (786)-623-3936

(1) PW123E Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Miguel Bolivar mbolivar@RegionalOne.com +1 (786)-623-3936

(4) PW126 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Miguel Bolivar mbolivar@RegionalOne.com +1 (786)-623-3936

(1) PW121 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Miguel Bolivar mbolivar@RegionalOne.com +1 (786)-623-3936

PW119B RGB Now - Lease Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey Kai Ebach

k.ebach@lhaero.com

+49-6731-497-368

PW119B

Now - Lease

PW120A

Now - Lease

PW121 (ATR)

Now - Lease

PW124B

Now - Lease

PW123B

Now - Lease

PW125B

Now - Lease

PW127F

Now - Lease

PW150A

Now - Lease

PW127M Now - Lease Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey Kai Ebach

k.ebach@lhaero.com

+49-6731-497-368

PW150 GRB

Now - Lease

(1) PW124B Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Logix.Aero Jean-Christian Morin jcmorin@logix.aero +33.6.4782.4262

(2) PW127E/F Remi Krys rkrys@logix.aero +33.6.2079.1039

(4) PW127M

(1) PW120 / PW121 Now - Sale / Lease Royal Aero

Calum MacLeod calum@royalaero.com +49 8025 993610


THE AIRCRAFT AND ENGINE MARKETPLACE

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January 22, 2018

Commerical Engines (cont.)

PW4000 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(2) PW4056-1 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1-954-676-3111

(1) PW4056-3 Now - Sale / Lease Magellan Aviation Group

Bill Polyi bill.polyi@magellangroup.net +1 (704) 504 9204 x202

(1) PW4168A-1D Now - Lease Engine Lease Finance Declan Madigan declan.madigan@elfc.com +353 61 291717

(1) PW4056-3 Now - Sale/Lease Jet Midwest Kevin Lee engines@jetmidwest.com +1-310-652-0296

(1) PW4060-3 Now - Sale / Lease AerSale. Inc. Matthew White matthew.white@aersale.com +353 1475 3005

(1) PW4062-3 Now - Sale / Lease Matthew White matthew.white@aersale.com +353 1475 3005

(1) PW4158-3 Apr 18 - Lease Alan Kehoe Alan.Kehoe@aersale.com +353 879 393 534

(1) PW4056-3 Now - Sale / Lease Alan Kehoe Alan.Kehoe@aersale.com +353 879 393 534

RB211 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) RB211-535 Now - Sale / Lease Jet Midwest Dave Williams dave.williams@jetmidwest.com +1-817-791-4930

(1) RB211-535E4 Apr 18 - Sale / Lease AerSale. Inc. Matthew White matthew.white@aersale.com +353 1475 3005

Trent Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

(3) Trent 800 Now - Sale GA Telesis Eddo Weijer eweijer@gatelesis.com +1-954-676-3111

(1)Trent 892 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. AerSale. Inc. Matthew White matthew.white@aersale.com +353 1475 3005

(2) Trent 892 Now - Sale / Lease TrueAero, LLC. Matt Parker mparker@trueaero.com +1 469-607-6110

(4) Trent 556 Now - Sale / Lease

(1) Trent 772B Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Rolls-Royce & Partners Finance Bobby Janagan bobby.janagan@rolls-royce.com +44 20 7227 9078

V2500 Engines

Sale / Lease

Company

Contact Email Phone

1) V2533-A5 w/QEC Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Rolls-Royce & Partners Finance Bobby Janagan bobby.janagan@rolls-royce.com +44 20 7227 9078

(1) V2527 Now - Sale / Lease AerFin Oliver James Oliver.James@aerfin.com +44 (0) 2920109898

(1) V2533-A5 Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Werner Aero Services Cliff Topham ctopham@werneraero.com +1-703-402-7430

Aircraft and Engine Parts, Components and Misc. Equipment

Description Company

Contact Email Phone

(1) A320-200 Landing Gear Now - Sale TrueAero, LLC Matt Parker mparker@trueaero.com +1 469-607-6110

(1) A330-300 Landing Gear Now - Sale

(2) A340-600 Landing Gear Now - Sale

(1) A340-300 Landing Gear Now - Sale

(2) GTCP331-500 Now - Sale

(2) GTCP331-350C Now - Sale

(1) GTCP36-150RJ, (2) GTCP36-100M, Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Regional One Miguel Bolivar mbolivar@RegionalOne.com +1 (786)-623-3936

(1) RE220RJ, (1) PW126 RGB, (1) PW901A

(1) APS1000-C12, (1) APS1000-C3

GTCP131-9A (2), GTCP131-9B(2) Now - Lease REVIMA APU Olivier Hy olivier.hy@revima-apu.com +33(0)235563515

GTCP331-200, GTCP331-250

Now - Lease

APS500C14(3), APS1000C12(2), APS2000 Now - Lease

APS2300, APS3200(2), APS5000(2)

Now - Lease

PW901A(4), PW901C(2)

Now - Sale / Lease

TSCP700-4E

Now - Sale

Neutral CFM56-5B & CFM56-7B QEC Kits Now - Sale CFM Materials Michael Arellano michael.arellano@cfmmaterials.com +1 214-988-6676

(3) APS2300, (1) GTCP331-350C Now - Sale / Lease AirFin Nick Filce Nick.Filce@aerfin.com +44 7770 618 791

GTCP131-9A, GTCP131-9B , GTCP331-350C Now - Sale/Lease/Exch. Logix.Aero Jean-Christian Morin jcmorin@logix.aero +33.6.4782.4262

GTCP331-500B, GTCP331-200/250, Rich Lewsley rlewsley@logix.aero +44.79.0021.8657

APS3200, APS2300, GTCP85-129H

APU GTCP 331-500

Now - Lease Willis Lease Ann Lee alee@willislease.com +1 (415) 408 4769

Engine stands now available

(2) GTCP131-9B, (2) GTCP131-9A

Now - Lease

Now - Sale / Lease GA Telesis Dave Dicken ddicken@gatelesis.com +1 954-676-3111

B737-400 main landing gears, with 2015 tags

World Star Aviation Services Tommy Guttman tguttman@worldstaraviation.com +972-544-22000

ENGINE STANDS: Trent 800, PW4000 112"/V2500

National Aero Stands support@stands.aero + 1 305-558-8973

/ CFM56/ PW2000 & Bootstrap kits

GTCP131-9A, GTCP 131-9B

Now - Sale / Lease Werner Aero Services Julien Levy jlevy@Werneraero.com +1 201-674-9999

GTCP36-300A, 737-800 Winglets

737-700 & 737-800 Landing Gear

Now - Sale / Lease

Now - Sale / Lease

767-300 Winglets, LH-RH P/N 767-0010-5, -6, -7 & -8, SV- Now Sale

Reliance Aircraft Terry Hix thix@relianceaircraft.com +1 512-439-6988

(2) PW901A, (1) PW901C(1), PW125B RGB Now - Lease Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey Kai Ebach

k.ebach@lhaero.com

+49-6731-497-368

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