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IDA keeping the stakes high with aviation

The IDA has been hugely instrumental in cultivating relationships with key international players in the aviation industry, not only bringing business to Ireland, but ensuring it stays and grows here, writes Chrissie Russell

12th November, 2017
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Ireland’s reputation as a centre of excellence for aircraft financing and leasing is soaring high and the good news that, with continued growth predicted across the sector, there’s no fears of a bumpy landing in sight.

The number of key industry players based in Ireland is always increasing. Today, nine of the world’s top ten lessors are headquartered in Dublin and the West. In monetary terms, it’s estimated that aviation now...

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