Nordic Aviation Capital expands its fleet to 413 aircrafts with the acquisition of all aircraft assets owned by Aldus Aviation Fund (AAF)

Billund, Denmark, 21-May-2018 — /EuropaWire/ — Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) announces that it has acquired all of the aircraft assets owned by Aldus Aviation Fund (AAF).

Since 2016, NAC has managed 29 E-jets owned by AAF which are currently on lease to 9 airlines including HOP!, Flybe and Royal Air Maroc. NAC took ownership of the aircraft assets through the acquisition of all E-notes in ATLAS 2014-1 Limited. The acquisition brings NAC’s owned fleet to 413 aircraft.

About Nordic Aviation Capital

NAC is the industry’s leading regional aircraft lessor serving over 70 airline customers in 47 countries. The company provides aircraft to well-established carriers such as British Airways, Air Canada, LOT, Azul, Lufthansa, Garuda, Flybe, Aeroméxico and airBaltic as well as major regional carriers including Air Nostrum and Widerøe. NAC’s current fleet of over 400 owned and managed aircraft includes E170, E175, E190, E195, ATR 42, ATR 72, Bombardier Dash 8, CRJ900, CRJ1000 and CS300. In addition, the group has circa 50 aircraft on firm order.

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Jim Murphy
Chief Commercial Officer
Phone: 0035361432400

SOURCE: Nordic Aviation Capital


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