ABL Aviation provides aircraft and lease management services to aircraft owners, financiers and investors.
We have a fully capable team with the ability to manage aircraft efficiently throughout the market cycle, from assessing marketing opportunities to negotiating sale, purchase and lease documentation, preparing the aircraft for delivery and managing the lease during the contract period.
We rely on a proprietary IT management platform, which facilitates deal origination, deal structuring, lease management, aircraft delivery, redelivery, re-lease or sale and leasebacks. Our experienced team manages the aircraft throughout its full life cycle and is committed to provide meaningful solutions for our clients.
100 Park Avenue, 1604
New York, NY 10017,
197 Boulevard Zerktouni,
Office Opening in
21/F 99 Queen’s Rd,
33 Fitzwilliam Street Upper,
Contract management (regulatory and compliance monitoring)
Invoice and payment management
Lease default and termination management
Aircraft technical management
ABL Aviation has a highly qualified technical team based in Dublin with a support office in Casablanca.
Proprietary real-time technical management software automatically monitors all maintenance driven events
Proven ability to add value and increase returns
Maintenance event monitoring and optimization
Optimization of the asset to ensure aircraft availability for operators and maximize its value
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