Asia Aviation Capital Poised To Benefit From AirAsia’s Airbus A321neo Order

Asia Aviation Capital Limited stands poised to benefit from parent company AirAsia Berhad’s recent deal for 100 Airbus A321neo aircraft, with 30 percent of the order expected to be allocated to the wholly-owned leasing unit.

The aircraft order, valued at $12.6 billion based on list prices, was announced at Farnborough Airshow last week. It is the first order placed by AirAsia Berhad for the largest model in the best-selling A320 Family, which can seat up to 240 passengers in a single-class layout.

Asia Aviation Capital Principal Officer and Director Rozman Omar said, “We welcome the purchase of the A321neo by AirAsia. The aircraft promises incredible economics and will help grow the leasing company as we continue to build our lease portfolio to AirAsia affiliates and third-party airlines.”

He added, “We have also identified a likely chief executive officer with decades of experience in the aircraft leasing industry and a chief financial officer who is very knowledgeable about aircraft financing as we lead Asia Aviation Capital into the growth phase.”

Asia Aviation Capital currently owns or finances a fleet of more than 55 Airbus A320 commercial aircraft, primarily leased to AirAsia affiliates outside Malaysia. The unit is also expected to receive additional 100 Airbus A320 aircraft, which will bring its total fleet of A320 to 155.
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