vassilis1924 έγραψε:Υποψιάζομαι ότι στο μοντέλο Sale & Lease Back, στην πραγματικότητα ποτέ δεν υπάρχει η ροή κεφαλαίου “Ταμείο Aegean -> ταμείο Airbus”, αλλά στην ουσία τα αεροσκάφη αγοράζονται με κάποιου είδους πίστωση και πρακτικά τα πληρώνει ο lessor και η Aegean πληρώνει μόνο το leasing. Δεν το λέω με βεβαιότητα αυτό, είναι μια προσωπική αντίληψη επί του θέματος
The Company signed Aircraft Purchase Agreement with Airbus S.A.S. which provides for the acquisition of a total of 30 new generation aircraft of the A320neo family, two types of A320neo and A321neo, with an option right of 12 additional aircraft. The order includes at least 10 aircraft of the highest A321neo version, with the option to increase of further converting part of the order from A320neo to A321neo. Aircraft deliveries are expected to begin within the first half of 2020 (2x aircraft), followed by deliveries of 8x aircraft in 2022 and 10 more for each year of 2023 and 2024.
The Company has also agreed sale and lease back agreements for 5x aircraft of the A320neo family, scheduled to be delivered in 2022,with a 12-year lease period.
In addition, the Company in February 2020 signed four 12-year sale and lease back agreements for the Airbus order deliveries scheduled in 2020 (2x aircraft) and in 2023 (2x aircraft).
In addition, the Company entered into lease agreements for 15x aircraft of the A320neo family as per the following schedule: 8x in 2020 and 7x in 2021, of 12-year lease period.
On January 17, 2020 AEGEAN proceeded with a €8,0 mil. share capital increase on its wholly owned AEGEAN Cyprus subsidiary (100%). In addition, on February 27, 2020 the parent company participated and fully covered the issuance of a six-month Common Bond Loan of a total of USD 18,0 mil. The reason for the share capital increase and the bond loan issuance (alongside with company’s existing liquidity) was to finance the purchase of two used aircraft from the subsidiary AEGEAN Cyrpus Ltd.The two aircraft were already leased by AEGEAN, when the purchase was decided. The seller was the aircraft’s lessor, the buyer was AEGEAN Cyprus and the transfer of the ownership took place on January 17th, 2020 and on February 28th, 2020.
AEGEAN on March agreed to proceed with a minority shareholding participation of 25% in the newly established airline Animawings, member of the Romanian Memento group, for € 412.000,00 thousand. Memento Group is one of Romania’s most significant travel groups and has not been a long-standing customer of AEGEAN, chartering aircraft with flights from several Romanian cities to Greece and particularly to Crete, Rhodes and Corfu. The newly established airline plans to launch charter flights from Romania in the beginning of May and will be operatedand managed by Memento Group.
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