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Ireland could miss AerCap bonanza

Ireland's aviation sector could miss out on a potential bonanza, as the country is not ''a crucial element"

26th January, 2014

Ireland's aviation sector could miss out on a potential bonanza, as the country is not ''a crucial element" of AerCap's $5 billion deal to buy its giant rival ILFC.

AerCap could base its 1,400-strong fleet of aircraft elsewhere because other jurisdictions are at least equally attractive as Ireland, said the Amsterdam-based company's Irish boss Aengus Kelly, in an interview with The Sunday Business Post.

Kelly expressed serious reservations about Ireland's personal taxation, saying it was a...

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