Irish lessor Avolon reported a 30% increase in full-year profit for 2018 to $717 million while revenue increased 10% year-over-year (YOY) to $2.57 billion. Avolon delivered 33 new aircraft last year, executed 153 lease transactions and agreed to sell 130 aircraft. The Dublin-based lessor said its owned, managed and committed fleet grew 7% in 2018 to 971 aircraft, and it has placed all the aircraft it has committed to buy for 2019 and 80% of orders through the end of 2020. Avolon predicted ...

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