ACC has successfully facilitated Kam Air’s acquisition of their second ATR 42-500.
This latest acquisition concludes the two-aircraft transaction, with the first having been delivered in November 2018.
This ATR 42 was formerly operated by Oman Air and was procured on a finance lease from an EU-based aircraft lessor.
With the introduction of these first ATR 42-500s, the only aircraft of their type operating in Afghanistan, into Kam Air’s existing fleet of 11 aircraft, the privately-owned airline aims to increase the competitiveness of their domestic service offering while simultaneously stimulating additional demand.
ACC Aviation expert aviation consultancy team provides insight on the strategies that airlines can implement to address the current oversupply of capacity in their markets, look at ways to unlock capital and address problems related to managing cash flow.
ACC Aviation welcomes David Macdonald as Head of Global Business Development to maximise commercial opportunities across ACC’s complementary service proposition.
The industry downcycle caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a significant drop in air traffic and an increased demand for aircraft parking. In this article, ACC’s experts revisit some of the solutions operators have adopted for aircraft storage, as well as key considerations and associated costs.
Since the onset of the pandemic, airlines have sought to tackle liquidity issues by leveraging unencumbered assets to raise the capital necessary to help them get through the downturn. One avenue in particular has gained traction among airlines that own assets and are looking to raise additional capital: a sale and leaseback (SLB).
While the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still being felt around the world, airlines must effectively manage their assets, operations and cash flow to ensure sustainability and, ultimately, long-term business success. In the third and final instalment of this three-part series, we explore options for airlines looking to raise additional capital to secure longevity, during and after COVID-19.
While the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still being felt around the world, airlines must effectively manage their assets, operations and cash flow to ensure sustainability and, ultimately, long-term business success. In the second instalment of this three-part series, we delve into how revisiting and realigning business models can position airlines to better meet the demands of a post-coronavirus market.