This latest transaction brings the lessor’s year-to-date executed financings to US$2.53 billion.
The sale and leaseback transactions for the aircraft between CDB Aviation and the carrier were announced earlier in the year and in 2020.
This Dublin-based role will be responsible for providing support to CDB Aviation’s legal team, assisting with a range of compliance projects and tasks, corporate and admin matters, policy reviews and updates, as well as other general support. (contracted via a third-party recruitment agency)
This Dublin-based role will assist CDB Aviation’s Risk Team in evaluating and reporting counterparty risk, encompassing both due diligence of prospective new customers, as well as the continuous monitoring of existing lessees. (contracted via a third-party recruitment agency)
The lessor has entered into two sale and purchase agreements with AWAS Ireland Leasing Four Limited for three Boeing 737-MAX8 aircraft.
The lessor expects to take delivery of two 787-9, ten 737 MAX 8, and an additional three 737 MAX 8 aircraft under the purchase and leaseback agreement with United Airlines by 2021.
The agreement with its newest airline customer in the Americas marks the lessor’s first-ever lease transaction for the A330 P2F aircraft, further advancing its strategy to bring the next generation widebody freighter to the market.
The A320neo aircraft, placed on long-term lease, from the lessor’s orderbook will support the carrier’s Strategy 2028 initiative aimed at increasing operational efficiency and fleet optimization.
The strategic relationship aims to support United management’s efforts as they navigate through the ensuing air travel recovery and look toward sustained future growth.
The lessor’s leadership remains focused on working with customers and industry stakeholders to support the ensuing sector recovery while building for the future.