DUBLIN--()--Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, will host a conference call and webcast to discuss global aviation industry policy on the economic life of commercial jet aircraft. The event will commence at 3pm BST (4pm CET/10am ET) on 2 October, 2012.
The Avolon team will discuss the findings of its recently issued analysis of commercial aircraft economic lives and retirement patterns. The analysis tests whether the current assumptions made by airlines, aviation investors and aircraft financiers, on the economic life of commercial jets - that aircraft should be depreciated over a useful life of approximately 25 years - remains valid.
Please dial the following to access the call and dial in ten minutes prior to be connected.
|Ireland||+353 1 436 4265|
|UK & Europe||+44 208 817 9301|
|US||+1 718 354 1226|
To access the webcast please use the following link:
Headquartered in Ireland, with offices in Stamford CT, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Dubai, Avolon provides aircraft leasing and lease management services. Avolon’s investors include three of the world’s leading private equity firms Cinven, CVC Capital Partners and Oak Hill Capital Partners and one of the world’s leading sovereign wealth funds, Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC).
Avolon has established itself as one of the leading global players in the aircraft leasing sector, leveraging off the strong financial backing of its owners and the extensive trading history and senior industry relationships of its management team. The primary asset focus of the business is on young fuel-efficient aircraft such as the Airbus A320, A320neo and A330 families, the Boeing 737NG, 737 MAX, 777 and 787 families; and, the Embraer 190 family. Avolon has a committed fleet of 164 aircraft serving 34 customers in 22 countries. Avolon’s fleet is also the youngest large lessor fleet in the world with an average aircraft age of 1.7 years. See www.avolon.aero