Aircraft finance leaders find new ways to take flight

‘Black swan’ pandemic event isn’t the end for aviation financing, says Close Brothers Aviation & Marine

29th November, 2020
Aircraft finance leaders find new ways to take flight
While the purchasing of light aircraft and helicopters in Ireland was visible at the top of the economic cycle, interest and availability of finance waned during the recession years

Close Brothers Aviation & Marine is no stranger to supporting the aviation community in Britain and Ireland, having been financing the general and business aviation industry for more than four decades.

Andy Blundell, director of Close Brothers Aviation & Marine, said this expertise in aircraft asset financing encompasses a wide range of aircraft as well as tailored finance options for each client.

“We can finance a wide range of aircraft, including light piston aircraft, turboprops,...

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