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China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC) has concluded a purchase-and-leaseback agreement with Latin American LCC group Viva Air for five Airbus A320ceo aircraft. The aircraft are scheduled to be delivered in 2018–19, and the transaction marks CALC’s initial entry into Viva Air’s Colombian and Peruvian markets. The Viva Air group is based in Panama. “In recent years, the aviation market in Latin America has flourished due to the increase in travel and tourism,” .
China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC) has agreed to buy an additional 15 Airbus A320neo jets on top of the 55 ordered in December, as it increases its fleet to meet the growing demand for air travel in China, which is set to overtake the US as the world’s largest market.
With the recent decision by the Hong Kong government to cut the tax rate on aircraft leasing companies, analysts and industry insiders believe the city has an opportunity to be less reliant on property and tourism when it comes to financial transactions.
Aircraft leasing could be an economic driver for Hong Kong, which relies too heavily on its property market, says chief executive
Boeing [NYSE: BA] and China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC) [SEHK stock code: 01848 HK] today announced an order for 50 737 MAX airplanes at the 2017 Paris Air Show.
PARIS, June 18 — A model aircraft is displayed at the reception of the China Aircraft Leasing Group office in Hong Kong June 22, 2015. — Reuters pic China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings (CALC) is among the inaugural customers for a larger new version of Boeing’s 737 jetliner, two industry sources said yesterday.
China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC), one of the country’s biggest aircraft lessors, said its net profits for 2016 would leap at least 60 per cent from a year earlier, as its business expansion pays off.
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Economy Chinese stocks staged a late rally today amid speculation of more stimulus from the country's central bank. The Shanghai Composite Index climbed 3.1%, while the Hang Seng benchmark rose 1.2%. Oil has resumed declines as commodity volatility hit a two-year high, after yesterday’s 4.3% surge. WTI crude is down 1.6% at $67.90/barrel.
Comac signs 60-jet deal with Hong Kong leasing group, worth up to US$2.3 billion — largest single order yet for the Chinese-built airliner
An Indonesian airline is to become the world’s first to operate a fleet made up entirely of Chinese-built jets.
HONG KONG (AP) " China's state-owned aircraft maker has signed a deal to sell up to 60 of its new regional jets to a leasing company in a deal worth up to $2.3 billion.
In this June 28, 2016, file photo, people wave Chinese flags and take photos as a Chengdu Airlines ARJ21-700 regional jet is taxied after landing at the Hongqiao Airport in Shanghai. (Chinatopix via AP, File)
A model aircraft is displayed at the reception of the China Aircraft Leasing Group office in Hong Kong June 22, 2015. — Reuters pic SINGAPORE, July 12 — China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC) has bought 30 Comac ARJ-21 regional jets and signed options for 30 more in a deal potentially worth US$2.3 billion (RM9.16 billion).
China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC) has bought 30 Comac ARJ-21 regional jets and signed options for 30 more in a deal potentially worth $2.3 billion.