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SpiceJet reaches settlement with lessor Celestial Aviation

Live Mint 26 Feb 2024
However, the tribunal has rejected the insolvency applications from Wilmington Trust SP Services (Dublin) in January and Willis Lease Finance in December of the last year.Alterna Aircraft, an ...
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Emerald Airlines records start-up related losses of €21.35m in first year of operation

RTE 23 Feb 2024
During 2022, the airline operated on 22 regional routes across the UK and Ireland and subsequent to the year end, the group leased an additional three aircraft which were put into service during 2023.
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Element Fleet Management to create 70 Dublin jobs

RTE 22 Feb 2024
"Ireland presents an ideal environment for Element to expand operations because of its rich pool of professionals who have specialised knowledge and expertise in the leasing industry," she added.
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Aircraft leasing firm executive brings High Court case in bid to prevent sanction

The Irish Times 13 Feb 2024
Mr Fitzpatrick who is a senior Vice President of the Bocomm Aviation Leasing Ireland Company Limited, which is headquartered in Shanghai, China and has total aircraft assets of $14 billion.
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With no savings, here’s how I’d invest £1,000 a month to aim for £31,300 in ...

The Motley Fool 11 Feb 2024
The cost of living keeps going up and isn’t showing any obvious signs of stopping. With that in mind, I think it’s important to find ways of offsetting this by earning passive income ... The company leases 513 properties across the UK and Ireland ... .
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Northern Ireland Floating Offshore Wind Farm Comes Closer to Realization

The Maritime Executive 08 Feb 2024
“We have been engaging with The Crown Estate, which manages Northern Ireland’s seabed, to deliver a leasing round so we can bid to install the turbines,” says Ms Kenny.
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Irish Consulate to relocate NW office following Hyphen deal

The Business Desk 30 Jan 2024
Blue Coast Capital has announced its latest letting at 75 Mosley Street’s all-electric Hyphen building in deal with the Consulate General of Ireland ... Once leased, the building will be more than 95% occupied.
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Making a splash — Paul Clements on Belfast’s Templemore baths

The Irish Times 28 Jan 2024
Victorian-era public amenity has been imaginatively transformed and given a new lease of life ... Now the only functioning Victorian baths in Ireland, at Ballymacarrett in Belfast, have been imaginatively transformed and given a new lease of life.
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Sony 'terminates' Indian merger with Zee

Messenger-Inquirer 22 Jan 2024
× This page requires Javascript ... Please enable it in your browser settings ... +3 ... UK. Thousands Of Pubic Sector Workers Join Protests Over Pay Across Northern Ireland 3. Tens of thousands sign up for French electric car leasing scheme ... .
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GIFT City to host 10 lakh people, work on to attract ship, aircraft leasing businesses: Hasmukh Adhia

Indian Express 11 Jan 2024
... from countries like Ireland, said GIFT City non-executive chairman Hasmukh Adhia at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit (VGGS) on Thursday ... All this leasing services at present happens from Ireland.
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The conwoman in Connemara attracting RTB cases and FBI interest

RTE 11 Jan 2024
Feeling sorry for her friend, Mrs Rabbitt decided to lease her summer home in An Spidéal to Ms Reilly. However, Ms Rabbitt got a surprise when she travelled to Ireland a few months later ... Approximately, four years later she arrived in Ireland.
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Govt to acquire at least three large properties for use as reception centres

RTE 10 Jan 2024
The Government is planning to soon acquire at least three large properties around the country which will be used as reception centres for those seeking shelter in Ireland ... or leasing these centres.
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Plans to house 50 asylum seekers in Ballinrobe called off following protests

The Irish Times 06 Jan 2024
Ronan McGreevy ... Cllr Burke said the owners of the property have now withdrawn the lease following negative local reaction to the proposal. READ MORE. Should wolves be reintroduced to Ireland? We asked Irish wolf experts what they think. .
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Five other things the State papers reveal

RTE 29 Dec 2023
... breathlessly back to Dublin that "the plane is a six-seater jet owned by the singer Chris de Burgh and leased by him to a private company that in turn leases it to the Northern Ireland Office".
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