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Aviation industry need help to get our tourism numbers soaring again

Irish Independent 22 Jan 2022
It also includes the multi-billion-euro leasing sector. Ireland is one of the biggest players in the world when it comes to leasing with $100bn (€88bn) worth of assets managed from here.This sector has been badly bruised and is dealing with the financial pain of payment defaults or delays by struggling airlines all over the world.
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Great powers stumble towards war in battle for future of Ukraine

Belfast Telegraph 20 Jan 2022
To draw some imaginary parallels with Anglo-Irish history, it is as if Ireland left the empire as a whole island in 1922, but Britain kept leasing its main naval base in Belfast and fostered links with a pro-British majority in Ulster ... of Ireland with a pro-British constituency.
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Cheltenham Top Jockey Odds & Tips – Paul Townend Favourite for Leading Festival Rider Prize

Sportslens 19 Jan 2022
There is a strong Irish flavour to the Cheltenham top jockey odds in 2022 ... It’s about who rides the most first past the post ... Stormy Ireland has a new lease of life since returning to Closutton, meanwhile, so based on her ready Relkeel success against geldings, could be a big player in the Mares Hurdle that Mullins has farmed down the years.
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UK raises £700m at auction of ‘seabed’ rights to energy firms

Irish Independent 18 Jan 2022
... will instead be offered an option.Last year, seabed options around the coast of England, Wales and Northern Ireland were awarded at much higher prices at a leasing round held by the Crown Estate.However, Crown Estate Scotland capped the lease payments at £100,000 per km2.
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Irish aircraft lessors join forces on net-zero drive

The Irish Times 17 Jan 2022
Aircraft Leasing Ireland (ALI), the Ibec body representing aircraft lessors, said its 31 members will collaborate and use their influence as owners of more than half of the global fleet to lead and drive aviation towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
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Scotland awards seabed rights for wind power with Shell, BP among winners

Business Day 17 Jan 2022
Crown Estate Scotland, which manages the Scottish seabed, said on Monday that proceeds from the first such leasing deal in about a decade will go to the devolved Scottish government ... In 2021, seabed options around the coast of England, Wales and Northern Ireland were awarded at much higher prices at a leasing round held by the Crown Estate.
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Richard O’Halloran case in China over commercial dispute ‘now a human rights issue’

The Times/The Sunday Times 14 Jan 2022
... an commercial issue involving the Chinese owner of China International Aviation Leasing Service (Cals Ireland), the aircraft leasing company he works for.
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Why Boeing Contested Delta’s 2016 Bombardier CSeries Order

Simple Flying 14 Jan 2022
April 28th, 2016 would be a big day for Canadian planemaker Bombardier and its up-and-coming narrowbody aircraft, the CSeries ... Photo ... Photo ... By 2010, the first airlines to sign up for the CSeries were Germany’s Lufthansa Group (the plane would go to SWISS) as well as Ireland’s Lease Corporation International and US-based Republic Airways.
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Guinness planning move to zero emission fleet

RTE 12 Jan 2022
Barry O'Sullivan, Managing Director of Diageo Ireland, said the company was committed to reducing its indirect emissions through this initiative,. He said the company wants to play a key role for sustainable transport in the commercial sector in Ireland.
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EDF, DP Energy partner on 1 GW floating wind project in UK

Reuters 12 Jan 2022
The floating offshore wind project, ‘Gwynt Glas’, will likely span English and Welsh waters south of Ireland ... It could also contribute a significant part to ambitions for 4 GW of capacity in the Celtic Sea announced last year by the Crown Estate, which manages the seabed and half the foreshore around England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Irish property market investment €5.5bn in 2021, says Savills

The Irish Times 10 Jan 2022
The office leasing market can be summarised by a year of two halves. After a largely dormant first six months of 2021, the office market finally burst into life in the final two quarters, with significant leasing activity taking place,” said Shane Duffy, director of offices at Savills Ireland.
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He was once the 'new Ruud van Nistelrooy' - but now Will Keane has found ...

The Daily Telegraph 08 Jan 2022
But, after what felt like years trying to catch a break, he is revelling in “a new lease of life” at a resurgent Wigan, and with his adoptive Ireland, and wondering if the League One club can write another FA Cup fairy tale nine years after producing one of the competition’s ...
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He was once the 'new Ruud van Nistelrooy' - but now Will Keane has found his peace at Wigan

Yahoo Daily News 08 Jan 2022
But, after what felt like years trying to catch a break, he is revelling in “a new lease of life” at a resurgent Wigan, and with his adoptive Ireland, and wondering if the League One club can write another FA Cup fairy tale nine years after producing one of the competition’s great upsets when they beat Manchester City in the final.
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‘I saw Rashford and thought – that could have been me’

Irish Independent 08 Jan 2022
But, after what felt like years trying to catch a break, he is revelling in “a new lease of life” at a resurgent Wigan, and with his adoptive Ireland, and wondering if the League One club can write another FA Cup fairytale nine years after producing one of the ...
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‘I saw Rashford and thought – that could have been me’ - Will Keane on Man United and finally finding his feet

Irish Independent 08 Jan 2022
But, after what felt like years trying to catch a break, he is revelling in “a new lease of life” at a resurgent Wigan, and with his adoptive Ireland, and wondering if the League One club can write another FA Cup fairytale nine years after producing one of the ...

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