aabinitio
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Looking To Lease A330

Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:38 pm

Hi Guys,

Can any one give us any lead on the lessors of A330. We are looking for 2 Airbus A330 with 2 class cabin setup.

Regards
Akhtar
 
panais
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Thu Jun 03, 2010 2:45 am

Quoting aabinitio (Thread starter):
Can any one give us any lead on the lessors of A330. We are looking for 2 Airbus A330 with 2 class cabin setup.



Would that be the A330-200 or the A330-300?. Wet or Dry?

This is a good one.
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If you had to come to this site to look for lessors of the A330, you do not want to continue with your business plan.
 
aabinitio
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Thu Jun 03, 2010 12:07 pm

No point being sarky. We have done all our research. We already are dealing with few of our contacts. Just wanted to see if there were any hidden gems. If you do not ask you do not get.

And by the way the forum title does say its for Technical/Management. So i have posted my request in right forum.
 
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Thu Jun 03, 2010 12:15 pm

In the back of Flight International I saw an advertsement for an atlatjet A332.

Also look at http://www.speednews.com/EquipmentRe...&Manufacturer=Airbus&Aircraft=A330
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:13 am

Quoting aabinitio (Thread starter):
Can any one give us any lead on the lessors of A330. We are looking for 2 Airbus A330 with 2 class cabin setup.

Let me know on the instant message and I'll put you to one.   

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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Fri Jun 04, 2010 2:40 pm

As my previous post was deleted I will re-itterate in a more mild manner  

I would strongly suggest that you improve your website fast. Not only when it comes to spelling and the actual text, but also the images used. I seriously got the impression I was dealing with a sort of Blackwater company with all the military images.
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:38 pm

Isn't that what an aircraft broker would be for? Not an aviation enthusiast website?
 
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:56 pm

You're coming to what is, for lack of better words, a website for spotters and anoraks, expecting to find detailed information about aircraft lease deals? Now call me a cynic, but that tells me you're not serious or, just as bad, has insufficient nowledge of the aviation industry to lease a bag of spanners, let alone an aircraft.

There are ways to go about getting information on lease deals; a public forum is probably the last place anyone serious about leasing anything would go. While I could write thousands of words on lease deals, and might even be able to point you in the direction of the best deals currently going, I'm not daft enough to do so without you paying me handsomely for the effort.

Tell you what: Dial up googoo and look for ILFC. Have your credit card ready and give them a call. You see, they don't work for nothing either. Think of them as lawyers, just much more expensive to talk to.
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Mon Jun 07, 2010 1:59 am

Post a listing in the "aircraft wanted" section of Speednews.com. Your phone will start ringing and your email inbox filling up quickly. Then you have to sift through 95% of the respondents who will be brokers without any solid connection to a particular aircraft. Ask all brokers for a mandate letter signed by the aircraft owner/lessor proving they have the authority to offer you a specific aircraft.

Be ready with your business plan, letter of credit / proof of large deposit funds / parent guarantee and authority from your aviation authority, etc. so when a lessor calls you can stay on the line.

An A330 is hard to get but not impossible if you meet the lessor's requirements.
 
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Mon Jun 07, 2010 12:27 pm

Quoting lotsamiles (Reply 8):
Post a listing in the "aircraft wanted" section of Speednews.com. Your phone will start ringing and your email inbox filling up quickly

If I didn't know better, I might think you were talking about posting a pilot job opening!
 
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:40 pm

Quoting panais (Reply 1):
Would that be the A330-200 or the A330-300?. Wet or Dry?

I was still looking for the answer if it was a -200 or -300? It does make a difference.
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:56 am

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 10):
I was still looking for the answer if it was a -200 or -300? It does make a difference.

Looks like Akhtar has fled the scene. Thanks for the $25 donation to the site!
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RE: Looking To Lease A330

Fri Jun 25, 2010 10:04 am

Shame, he had a good username...
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