DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, issues an update for the second quarter of 2022 (‘Q2’).


– Executed a total of 54 lease transactions in the quarter comprising new aircraft leases, follow-on leases and lease extensions;

– Entered into Letters of Intent for the sale and leaseback of 13 aircraft and the placement of 31 aircraft from Avolon’s orderbook;

– Delivered 1 aircraft and transitioned 9 aircraft to follow-on lessees;

– Sold 2 aircraft during the quarter and entered into binding sale agreements for the sale of 30 owned aircraft;

– Ended the second quarter with total of 146 airline customers operating in 62 countries;

– Owned and managed fleet of 591 aircraft at quarter end, with total orders and commitments for 260 fuel-efficient, new technology aircraft;

– Extended the maturity date of Avolon’s secured recourse revolving credit facility from 2024 to 2027. Post the extension, the total facility size will be $745 million;

– Received inaugural ESG Rating from Sustainalytics with a score of 16.0 placing Avolon in the ‘Low Risk’ category and the top 5% of our industry grouping; and

– During the quarter, Fitch affirmed Avolon’s credit rating at BBB- with Stable outlook.


About Avolon

Headquartered in Ireland, with offices in the United States, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai, Avolon provides aircraft leasing and lease management services. Avolon is 70% owned by an indirect subsidiary of Bohai Leasing Co., Ltd., a public company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SLE: 000415) and 30% owned by ORIX Aviation Systems, a subsidiary of ORIX Corporation which is listed on the Tokyo and New York

Stock Exchanges (TSE: 8591; NYSE: IX). Avolon is a global leader in aircraft leasing with an owned, managed and committed fleet, as of 30 June 2022 of 851 aircraft.

Website: www.avolon.aero
Twitter: @avolon_aero

Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

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Ross O’Connor

Head of Capital Markets

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Jonathan Neilan

FTI Consulting

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