LCI, a leading aviation leasing company, has re-entered the fixed-wing market with the acquisition of an Airbus A330-300 commercial aircraft.
This latest investment program builds upon LCI’s 17-year track record in the fixed-wing market during which it has carried out more than 120 passenger and freighter aircraft transactions worth over US$7 billion.
LCI’s long-held fixed-wing strategy of undertaking aircraft investments timed with market cycles includes its US$1 billion fleet divestment in 2007, and its US$4.8 billion fleet investment and divestment cycles running from 2008 to 2020.
Deal origination, technical management, and ongoing lease management will all be handled in-house via LCI’s full-service leasing, management, and investment platform.
The 2013-build Airbus aircraft is powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines. It was acquired through a joint venture between LCI and Marathon Asset Management.Email Post to a Friend