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ecuring financial support for pre-delivery payments is threatening to cause the most painful aircraft financing headache this year While the aviation financing community is more optimistic of meeting this year's new aircraft funding requirements than it was in 2009, pre-delivery payments are still proving to be an extremely hard sell to the financial sector. Airlines pay PDPs to manufacturers up to two years before delivery of a new aircraft to help with the working capital associated with production. The amount can total up to 30% of its final cost, and these short-term financings are not included in the industry's ...
Qatar Airways Continues To Attract Top Banks And Closes An Award ...
Doha, QATAR – Qatar Airways has struck two deals worth US$500 million for the financing of three Boeing 777 aircraft in a move that clearly demonstrates the finance community’s firm support and commitment towards one of the world’s fastest growing airlines. The Doha-based carrier appointed Calyon and Natixis Transport Finance as Joint Arrangers for the financing of two recently-delivered Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. This transaction received a Jane’s Transport Finance ‘Deal of the Year’ award in early December. In addition, the airline has appointed Arab Bank, Calyon, Europe Arab Bank, ING Bank ... market research, surveys and trends
Etihad secures USD 398 Million aircraft financing
Etihad Airways has agreed aircraft financing facilities worth nearly USD400 million to acquire three new Airbus A340-600 wide-body aircraft to add to its expanding fleet. The Abu Dhabi-based airline has signed a USD250 million aircraft financing facility with a consortium of regional and international banks to finance the airline's acquisition of two of the 288-seat aircraft. It has also mandated a separate group of regional and international banks to raise a further USD148 million financing facility, under a French lease structure, to acquire a third new A340-600 aircraft. The USD250 million secured commercial loan ... market research, surveys and trends


'Swine' Bankers Shun Jet Loans, Leave $36 Billion Gap (Update2 ...
June 19 (Bloomberg) -- The biggest threat to the global airline industry isn’t the swine flu outbreak, according to AirAsia Bhd.’s Tony Fernandes . “We’ve been through SARS, bird flu, tsunami, you name it,” Fernandes, the founder and chief executive officer of Southeast Asia’s biggest discount carrier, said at the Paris Air Show this week. “The only swine now are bankers.” Carriers from Air France-KLM Group to AirAsia, already coping with a slump in travel, also have to deal with banks that are unwilling to finance aircraft purchases. Airlines have to come up with money to pay for jets ordered years ago or face penalties for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Aerospace News
on Wednesday announced a Boeing 737-700 "green plane" that will test a more environmentally friendly interior. continue reading How do you get a medium-range Boeing 737 from Alberta to Hawaii? Canada's WestJet Airlines plans to do so by leaving an extra seat open in the first eight to 10 rows of its 737-700s, according to a report in Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper. The ariline may even charge a fee of $20 or more each way to sit in those rows. continue reading A United Airlines Boeing 757 taxis at San Francisco International Airport on Aug. 19, 2009. JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images United Airlines is nearing ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
British Airways, Dexia, Fiat, Total: European Equity Preview
July 1 (Bloomberg) -- The following companies’ shares may have unusual moves in European trading. Stock symbols are in parentheses and prices are from the last close. Befimmo SCA (BEFB BB): Belgium’s second-biggest real-estate investment fund received a 51 million-euro ($62 million) offer from Vivaqua for its Empress Court office in Brussels and expects to record a gain of about 70 cents a share should an agreement lead to a transaction. Befimmo declined 2.9 percent to 55.86 euros. British Airways Plc (BAY LN) The airline’s cabin-crew union will depart from its previous stance by putting the company’s ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Deal of the Year: Projek Lintasan Shah Alam (PLSA) Sukuk of the ...
Jan 9, 2009 ... BNP Paribas and Natixis Transport Finance's US$336 million lease of seven Airbus A320-200 aircraft to AirAsia is one of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Trade and Project Financing -- U.S. Commercial Service France
For U.S. exporters, financing export sales is basically the same as financing domestic sales. The fundamental concern in both cases is that one is paid in a timely manner for the goods and/or services delivered.   France's modern banking system offers a full range of payment methods, the most significant of which are: • Commercial letters of credit • Sight and time drafts • Bank transfers • Certified checks   Electronic payments including electronic payment orders, pre-formatted inter-bank payment orders, electronic commercial trade bills, and electronically processed promissory notes. As of January ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Natixis (subsidiary of Banque Populaire d'Algérie et Caisse d'Epargne) ... Insurance companies and other financial institutions: (The Report:Emerging Algeria, 2008) ... Compagnie Algérienne d'Assurance Transport (CAAT) ...
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