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  • Cobham BAe 146 makes emergency landing after engine fire

    ​A British Aerospace 146 aircraft operated by Cobham Aviation Services had to make an emergency landing in Perth after the aircraft’s No. 2 Honeywell ALF 502 engine caught fire.

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  • FARNBOROUGH: Lockheed lands LOI for 10 LM-100Js from ASL Aviation

    ASL Aviation Group has signed a letter of intent to purchase 10 Lockheed Martin LM-100J freighters, a development that...

  • New Glasgow base sets up Ryanair UK domestic return

    ​Irish carrier Ryanair will return to UK domestic services after a three-year break this winter after establishing a...

  • Ascend named appraiser of the year

    Flightglobal advisory service Ascend has once again been voted appraiser of the year at the Aviation 100 awards.

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  • FLY Leasing prices $400m unsecured notes

    News | 24 Sep 2014 20:22 | Edward Russell

    ​FLY Leasing has priced a $400 million senior unsecured financing, with some of the proceeds earmarked for aircraft acquisition.
  • ANALYSIS: Tracking USA-UK transatlantic capacity

    News | 23 Sep 2014 17:54 | Graham Dunn

    Capacity on transatlantic connections between North America and Europe has increased at its fastest rates this year since the financial crisis, data from Flightglobal's Innovata schedules specialist shows.
  • AirAsia to establish aircraft leasing arm

    News | 22 Sep 2014 08:12 | Ellis Taylor

    ​AirAsia will join competitor Lion Air in establishing a separate leasing and asset management unit that will initially serve its regional affiliates.
  • ANALYSIS: Lessors unfazed by airline leasing subsidiaries

    News | 16 Sep 2014 09:54 | Ellis Taylor

    Despite airlines such as Lion Air and Norwegian setting up their own leasing platforms, there is consensus that they will not pose a major challenge to the dedicated lessors.
  • ​Avolon forecasts average annual jet delivery financing of $135bn

    News | 12 Sep 2014 11:49 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Dublin-based operating lessor Avolon Aerospace forecasts commercial jet deliveries totaling $600 billion over the next five years and an average of $135 billion annually over the next decade.
  • Dublin airport hits out at regulator plans to cut charges

    News | 11 Sep 2014 13:48 | Michael Gubisch

    ​Dublin’s airport operator has warned that traffic at Ireland’s main gateway will stagnate if a proposal by the country’s Commission for Aviation Regulation to lower airport charges is adopted.