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SkyWorks Arranges Sale of 18 B757-200s to Investment JV

Greenwich, CT
March 04, 2015 -

SkyWorks Arranges Sale of 18 B757-200s to Investment JV

SkyWorks Arranges Sale of 18 B757-200s to Investment JV

Greenwich, CT
March 04, 2015 -

Philip Morris Capital Corporation, Stamford CT has sold 18 PW2037 powered B757-200 aircraft (s/n’s 24810, 24932, 25277, 25399, 26641, 26644, 26647, 26650, 26653, 26654, 26657, 26660, 26661, 26664, 26665, 26666, 26669 and 26670) to Seven Five Partners Lux, SÀRL, a special purpose vehicle established by Castlelake and Merx Aviation Finance. The aircraft had been on lease to United Airlines, Inc. since new and were sold in connection with the expiry of each lease. Aerolease Aviation and NexGen Aviation Capital, who will also serve as asset managers for the aircraft, advised the buyers on the acquisition. The transaction was arranged by SkyWorks Leasing in its capacity as advisor to Philip Morris Capital Corporation.

SkyWorks Leasing LLC is a leading independent aircraft remarketing firm and provides turn-key third party portfolio asset management, remarketing and technical advisory services for owners and operators of commercial aircraft. SkyWorks professionals manage a diverse portfolio of 88 aircraft, including ERJ’s, CRJ’s, Airbus A319/320s and A300-600Fs, Boeing 737NG, 757s, B767s and 747-400Fs.

For further information, please visit www.skyworksleasing.com or contact us directly.

SkyWorks is located at: 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830

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SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Senior Vice President

Greenwich, CT
October 01, 2014 -

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Senior Vice President

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Senior Vice President

Greenwich, CT
October 01, 2014 -

SkyWorks Holdings today announced the appointment of Johan Claesson, who will serve as Senior Vice President of SkyWorks Leasing, and will be based in Stockholm where he will focus on further development of SkyWorks’ European platform.

Johan has extensive experience in the aviation industry, with a solid technical and operational background. He has held senior leadership positions in the airline, operational and flight safety sectors. Johan has been with the SAS Group since 2000. Most recently, he was director of aircraft trading and acquisition where he was deeply involved in several aircraft and engine order campaigns, adding aircraft to SAS’ fleet via operating leases, as well as asset management and remarketing in numerous jurisdictions.

Thomas W. Mahr, CEO of SkyWorks Holdings noted, “We are pleased to have a high caliber professional like Johan on the team. He brings valuable longstanding relationships in Europe and years of experience to our platform. He will bolster not only the SkyWorks core practice but also help us further grow and diversify our aircraft remarketing and asset management franchise in the region,” said Mahr.

The SkyWorks Companies are an aviation advisory and services group with primary offices in Greenwich, USA and Hong Kong, China providing financial, commercial, and technical advisory services; aircraft asset management; and proprietary analytical systems solutions for a wide range of global airline and financial clients.

SkyWorks is headquartered at 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830, Tel. 203-983-6677. www.skyworksleasing.com

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Anders Hebrand President
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SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Global Advisory Board Member

Greenwich, CT
June 16, 2014 -

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Global Advisory Board Member

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Global Advisory Board Member

Greenwich, CT
June 16, 2014 -

SkyWorks Holdings today announced the appointment of James Stewart. James has joined as a global advisory board member.

James has extensive experience in the aviation industry and has held senior leadership positions in the OEM, MRO, finance and service sectors. He began his career at Ernst & Young, and moved on to various finance positions at Bombardier, including CFO of Bombardier Aerospace. Prior to joining SkyWorks, James was Group Chief Executive Officer of the Mubadala Aerospace MRO network, encompassing Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies and SR Tehnics. He was formerly the CEO, as well as the CFO of SR Technics.

James’ distinguished career accomplishments will be invaluable to SkyWorks. As Thomas W. Mahr, CEO of SkyWorks Holdings noted, “We are delighted to attract such a noteworthy presence as James to our board. We recognize the increasing importance of MRO in our industry. Along with his other talents, James will enable us to offer that unique perspective to our clients.”

The SkyWorks Companies are an aviation advisory and services group with primary offices in Greenwich, USA and Hong Kong, China providing financial, commercial, and technical advisory services; aircraft asset management; and proprietary analytical systems solutions for a wide range of global airline and financial clients.

SkyWorks is headquartered at 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830, Tel. 203-983-6677. www.skyworkscapital.com

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SkyWorks Holdings, LLC
Steven T. Gaal
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203-983-6688

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American Cites Economics In Split CRJ And E-Jet Deal

New York
December 13, 2013 -

American Cites Economics In Split CRJ And E-Jet Deal

American Cites Economics In Split CRJ And E-Jet Deal

New York
December 13, 2013 -

American Airlines took advantage of attractive economics in its split order for up to 220 Bombardier and Embraer regional jet aircraft.

“It was fairly straight forward, both deals were very attractive economically,” says Peter Warlick, vice-president of fleet planning at the Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier, in an interview with Flightglobal. “We think we have a very attractive transaction.”

American announced the order for 30 firm Bombardier CRJ900s and 60 firm Embraer 175s, as well as options for another 40 CRJ900s and 90 E-175s, on 9 December. Flightglobal first reported the deal the day before.

The firm orders are valued at $3.92 billion at list prices, which is split $1.42 billion for the CRJ900s and $2.5 billion for the E-175s.

American has yet to make a decision on financing for the aircraft, says Warlick. Export Development Canada (EDC) and the Brazilian development bank BNDES are expected to offer export credit financing for the orders, he says.

BNDES told Flightglobal earlier in 2013 that it would offer secured financing to American for an Embraer order if the carrier selected the aircraft.

The airline has financing from the Brazilian lender for its fleet of 219 Embraer ERJ-140 and ERJ-145 aircraft, which are operated by its subsidiary American Eagle Airlines.

Bombardier and Embraer are understood to have offered American backstop financing for the orders, sources tell Flightglobal.

Warlick says that no decision has been made on whether to take backstop financing.

The CRJ900s and E-175s, which will both be configured with 76 seats, will replace 50-seat and smaller regional jets on a one-for-one basis, Warlick says.

Bombardier deliveries are scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2014 and Embraer deliveries in the first quarter of 2015.

The scope clause in the memorandum of understanding between American and its pilots as well as those at US Airways “narrows” the airline’s ability to expand its regional fleet with the new aircraft, says Warlick.

American and US Airways merged to form American Airlines Group on 9 December.

The MOU allows for a 66- to 76-seat regional aircraft fleet that totals 40% of the combined American and US Airways mainline narrowbody fleet. This would allow for 322 large regional aircraft, based on a projected 805 aircraft narrowbody mainline fleet at the end of 2013.

The carriers will operate 125 large regional jets at the end of 2013, not including 79 CRJ900s and E-175s in the US Airways regional fleet that are exempt from the restrictions. In addition to the recent order, American will add 31 E-175s operated by Republic Airlines to its regional fleet through 2015.

American and US Airways regional fleet is capped at 75% of the combined mainline narrowbody fleet, or about 603 aircraft.

American Airlines Group-owned PSA Airlines will operate at least 30 of the new CRJ900s while the decision on the operator of the new E-175s still up in the air.

The Dayton, Ohio-based regional carrier plans to hire about 1,100 new employees to service the new aircraft, including 400 pilots and 400 flight attendants. The additional crews will also help it meet new duty and rest regulations that go into force in January 2014.

“We are very excited about this growth opportunity which will bring new employment to the Dayton area which has supported us for the past twenty-five years,” says Keith Houk, president of PSA, in a statement.

SkyWorks Capital advised American on the regional jet order, which was dubbed “project Panama” in bankruptcy court documents.

“[SkyWorks] did a very good job,” says Warlick.

Debevoise & Plimpton was legal council to American on the order.

SkyWorks is headquartered at 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830, Tel. 203-983-6677. www.skyworkscapital.com

SkyWorks Holdings, LLC
Steven T. Gaal
President
203-983-6688

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Scandinavian Airlines System Completes Md80 And Spare Engine Fleet Sale To Allegiant Air

Greenwich, CT
August 15, 2013 -

Scandinavian Airlines System Completes Md80 And Spare Engine Fleet Sale To Allegiant Air

Scandinavian Airlines System Completes Md80 And Spare Engine Fleet Sale To Allegiant Air

Greenwich, CT
August 15, 2013 -

Scandinavian Airlines System, Denmark-Norway-Sweden, (“SAS”), the Scandinavian flag-carrier (www.sasgroup.net), has today finalized the delivery stream of 12 MD82/83/87 aircraft (49383, 49605, 49606, 49607, 49609, 49611, 49642, 53010, 53011, 53165, 53337 and 53340) as well as 12 spare JT8D-217C/219 engines to Allegiant Air, Inc., and its subsidiaries, (www.allegiantair.com). The sale was agreed to in April 2011 and the deliveries have matched SAS’ continued phase-out of its MD80 fleet as part of its fleet renewal program.

SAS’ remaining 13 MD80s and eight spare JT8D-217C/219 engines are under a firm contract for sale with the final deliveries in Q1 2015. Both transactions were arranged by SkyWorks Leasing, LLC.

SkyWorks Leasing LLC is a leading independent aircraft remarketing firm and provides turn-key third party portfolio asset management, remarketing and technical advisory services for owners and operators of commercial aircraft. SkyWorks professionals manage a diverse portfolio of 98 aircraft,including ERJ’s, CRJ’s, Airbus A319/320s and A300-600Fs, MD80s, Boeing 737NG, 757s, B767s and 747-400Fs.

For further information, please visit www.skyworksleasing.com or contact us directly.

SkyWorks is located at: 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830

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SkyWorks Leasing LLC
Anders Hebrand President
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SkyWorks Appoints Klaus Heinemann to Global Advisory Board

Greenwich, CT
September 08, 2011 -

SkyWorks Appoints Klaus Heinemann to Global Advisory Board

SkyWorks Appoints Klaus Heinemann to Global Advisory Board

Greenwich, CT
September 08, 2011 -

SkyWorks Holdings today announced that Klaus Heinemann has joined its global advisory board.

Klaus Heinemann began his aviation career at Bank of America in 1976 as a graduate trainee. In 1981 he was appointed to Bank of America's London office to establish an Aviation Industry specialized lending unit for its EMEA division. In 1988 he moved to The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan (LTCB) to establish its global Aviation banking franchise with offices in Tokyo, Singapore, London and New York. LTCB’s Aviation banking franchise and portfolio was sold to DVB Bank and Heinemann joined the Executive Board of DVB Bank, assisting the transformation of DVB Bank to a globally operating transportation focused bank through 2002. In late 2002 Heinemann joined the Board of AerCap Holdings NV and was appointed its CEO in March 2003. He retired from his CEO function in May 2011. Klaus was instrumental in restructuring debis AirFinance for DaimlerChrysler and preparing it for a trade sale to Cerberus in 2005.

“Klaus’s career accomplishments are quite noteworthy in both the leasing and banking industries and will enable us to offer unique insight to clients worldwide” said Thomas W. Mahr, CEO of SkyWorks Holdings. Klaus joins Paul Marini and James Chapman on the Advisory Board.

The SkyWorks Companies provide a full complement of financial advisory, aircraft remarketing and portfolio asset management services globally to aviation industry participants. SkyWorks Asia is a joint venture among SkyWorks Capital, Cathay Pacific Airways and Air China Development Corp. (Hong Kong) Ltd. SkyWorks has also partnered with ICF International, a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, to establish ICF-SkyWorks which offers a comprehensive array of advisory services to airlines, aviation suppliers, manufacturers, and private equity and other financial services firms.

SkyWorks is headquartered at 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830, Tel. 203-983-6677. www.skyworkscapital.com.

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SkyWorks Holdings, LLC
Steven T. Gaal
President
203-983-6688

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Scandinavian Airlines System Completes Delivery of Eight Md90 Aircraft

Greenwich, CT
August 25, 2011 -

Scandinavian Airlines System Completes Delivery of Eight Md90 Aircraft

Scandinavian Airlines System Completes Delivery of Eight Md90 Aircraft

Greenwich, CT
August 25, 2011 -

Almost exactly a year after signing leases for eight MD-90-30 aircraft with an undisclosed operator (the “Lessee”), Scandinavian Airlines System, Denmark-Norway-Sweden (“SAS”), the Scandinavian flag-carrier (www.flysas.com), has completed the delivery of the last aircraft. Five of the aircraft were previously leased to Blue1 Oy, a Finnish-based subsidiary of SAS and three aircraft had been leased to the Swiss charter operator Hello AG. The transaction comprised of all MD90s owned by SAS and is another step in its fleet renewal and streamlining program. The transaction was arranged by SkyWorks Leasing, LLC.

SkyWorks Leasing LLC provides turn-key third party portfolio asset management, remarketing and technical advisory services for commercial aircraft. SkyWorks professionals manage a diverse portfolio of 132 aircraft, including CRJ700s, ERJ’s, Airbus A319/320s and A300-600Fs, MD80s, Boeing 737NGs, 757s, B767-300ERs and 747-400Fs.

For further information, please visit www.skyworksleasing.com or contact us directly. SkyWorks is located at: 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830

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SkyWorks Leasing LLC
Anders Hebrand
President & COO
203-983-6683

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SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Managing Director to Support Growing Asia Pacific Practice

Greenwich, CT
August 02, 2011 -

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Managing Director to Support Growing Asia Pacific Practice

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Managing Director to Support Growing Asia Pacific Practice

Greenwich, CT
August 02, 2011 -

SkyWorks Holdings today announced the appointment of Colum Carr to serve as Managing Director of SkyWorks. Colum will be based in Hong Kong where he will focus on further development of the SkyWorks Capital Asia platform.

Colum’s background includes extensive leasing, asset finance and capital markets experience across multiple asset classes and in numerous jurisdictions. Working with GPA and GECAS, and later in an advisory capacity, this includes responsibility for the financing of billions of dollars in aircraft.

“Colum brings valuable longstanding relationships from the Asia Pacific arena and decades of experience to our platform” said Thomas W. Mahr, CEO of SkyWorks Holdings. “Colum, together with the recent addition of Benoit Debains to the SkyWorks organization, will substantially bolster our global presence,” said Mahr.

The SkyWorks Companies provide a full complement of financial advisory, aircraft remarketing and portfolio asset management services globally to aviation industry participants. SkyWorks Capital Asia is a joint venture among SkyWorks Capital, Cathay Pacific Airways and Air China Development Corp. (Hong Kong) Ltd. SkyWorks has also partnered with ICF International, a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, to establish ICF-SkyWorks which offers a comprehensive array of advisory services to airlines, aviation suppliers, manufacturers, and private equity and other financial services firms.

SkyWorks is headquartered at 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830, Tel. 203-983-6677. www.skyworkscapital.com

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SkyWorks Capital, LLC
Jeffrey S. Craine
President & COO
203-983-6686

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AMR Corporation Announces Largest Aircraft Order in History With Boeing and Airbus

Fort Worth, Texas
July 20, 2011 -

AMR Corporation Announces Largest Aircraft Order in History With Boeing and Airbus

AMR Corporation Announces Largest Aircraft Order in History With Boeing and Airbus

Fort Worth, Texas
July 20, 2011 -

Fort Worth, Texas, July 20, 2011 FORT WORTH, Texas, July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AMR Corporation (NYSE:AMR - News), the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle, today announced landmark agreements with Airbus and Boeing that will allow it to replace and transform American's narrowbody fleet over five years and solidify its fleet plan into the next decade. These new aircraft will allow American to reduce its operating and fuel costs and deliver state-of-the-art amenities to customers, while maximizing financial flexibility for the Company.

Under the new agreements, American plans to acquire 460 narrowbody, single-aisle aircraft from the Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 families beginning in 2013 through 2022 – the largest aircraft order in aviation history. As part of these agreements, starting in 2017 American will become the first network U.S. airline to begin taking delivery of "next generation" narrowbody aircraft that will further accelerate fuel-efficiency gains.

These new deliveries are expected to pave the way for American to have the youngest and most fuel-efficient fleet among its U.S. airline peers in approximately five years.

American also will benefit from approximately $13 billion of committed financing provided by the manufacturers through lease transactions that will help maximize balance sheet flexibility and reduce risk. The financing fully covers the first 230 deliveries.

Gerard Arpey, Chairman and CEO of AMR and American Airlines, noted that today's order represents another important step in the Company's strategy to build a strong foundation for the future.

"We have a long track record of meeting our obligations to all of our stakeholders, including strategic partners, lenders, suppliers and investors. We believe this history continues to help us navigate today's challenges while remaining focused on doing what's necessary to position American Airlines for long-term success, and we look forward to working with Boeing and Airbus to achieve it," Arpey said. "Today's announcement paves the way for us to achieve important milestones in our company's future, giving us the ability to replace our narrowbody fleet and finance it responsibly. This was an incredible opportunity for our company that presented itself from two great manufacturers. And, given our aggressive and ambitious fleet plans, we feel fortunate to have both Boeing and Airbus standing beside us to meet our needs. With today's news, we expect to have the youngest and most fuel-efficient fleet among our peers in the U.S. industry within five years. This new fleet will dramatically improve our fuel and operating costs, while enhancing our financial flexibility. More than that, with the power of our network and partnerships and the dedication of our people, we will be an even stronger competitor."

Said Tom Horton, President of AMR and American Airlines: "Our efforts in recent years have transformed nearly every corner of our business. We've strengthened our liquidity, focused our network and alliance relationships on serving the world's most important markets with the best partners, enhanced our products and services with industry-leading technology, and worked to improve the customer experience. Today's announcement will accelerate this transformation, delivering important benefits to our shareholders, customers and employees."

Under the agreement with Boeing, American plans to acquire a total of 200 additional aircraft from the 737 family, with options for another 100 737 family aircraft. American has the flexibility to convert the new deliveries into variants within the 737 family, including the 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900ER.

As part of the Boeing agreement, American will take delivery of 100 aircraft from Boeing's current 737NG family starting in 2013, including three 737-800 options that had been exercised as of July 1, 2011. American also intends to order 100 of Boeing's expected new evolution of the 737NG, with a new engine that would offer even more significant fuel-efficiency gains over today's models. American is pleased to be the first airline to commit to Boeing's new 737 family offering, which is expected to provide a new level of economic efficiency and operational performance, pending final confirmation of the program by Boeing. This airplane would be powered by CFM International's LEAP-X engine.

American's most recent deliveries of the 737-800, with 160 seats, include the all-new Boeing Sky Interior, offering larger overhead bins that pivot down and out similar to those on the 787 Dreamliner, a contemporary feeling of spaciousness and variable LED lighting options for cabin ambience.

"We are pleased to continue our long and successful partnership with American Airlines," said Jim Albaugh, President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "While the 737 family will continue to serve an important role in American's narrowbody fleet – delivering customer and cost benefits in both its current form and future evolution – as American's primary widebody partner, we are excited to deliver to its customers all of the benefits and cutting-edge technology of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the 777-300ER. We look forward to strengthening our partnership for the future."

American also will acquire a total of 260 Airbus aircraft from the A320 Family and will have 365 options and purchase rights for additional aircraft. American has the flexibility to convert its delivery positions into variants within the A320 Family, including the A319 and A321.

American will take delivery of 130 current-generation Airbus A320 Family aircraft beginning in 2013. Beginning in 2017 American will begin taking delivery of 130 aircraft from the A320neo (New Engine Option) Family featuring next-generation engine technology. The new aircraft are approximately 15 percent more fuel efficient than today's models. American will be the first network airline in the U.S. to deploy this new-technology aircraft.

The A320 Family features cabin interiors with increased overhead storage, reduced noise and ambient lighting options.

"American's order represents a strong vote of confidence in our product in the important North American market, and we feel certain our A320 Family aircraft will help the American team deliver a great experience for customers while helping the airline to achieve cost efficiencies that will benefit its shareholders," said Airbus President and CEO Tom Enders. "We are proud to renew our partnership with a company that has a long history of airline industry leadership."

Cost Reduction, Simplification and Flexibility for the Future

The 737 and A320 families offer significant cost reduction opportunities in replacing American's older fleet. For example, Boeing and Airbus aircraft in the 737 and A320 families offer a 35 percent reduction in fuel cost per seat versus the MD-80 and a 12 percent and 15 percent fuel cost reduction per seat, respectively, versus the 757 and 767-200.

The agreements with Boeing and Airbus will continue American's fleet simplification efforts, allowing American to transition four fleet types (MD-80, 737-800, 757 and 767-200) to two (the 737 and the A320 families, which offer significant commonality benefits within each family).

With a total of 465 options and purchase rights for additional aircraft from both manufacturers through 2025, these agreements give American the flexibility for replacement as well as growth opportunities under the right economic and financial conditions, with the ability to acquire up to 925 aircraft in total over 12 years.

Beyond today's announcement, American continues to execute on other elements of a comprehensive fleet renewal plan that will deliver customer benefits in a range of aircraft types and sizes.

In 2009 and 2010, American took delivery of 76 737-800s. Separate from today's announcement, American has taken or is scheduled to take delivery of a total of 54 737-800s from 2011 into 2013. American also has firm orders for eight Boeing 777-300ER widebody aircraft to be delivered in 2012-2013. American is the first U.S. airline to order the 777-300ER, which will offer many operational and customer benefits while serving as the flagship of American's modernized fleet.

In addition, American has plans to acquire 42 state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliners, to be delivered starting in late 2014, with options for 58 additional 787s. American also has firm orders for seven 777-200 widebody aircraft scheduled for delivery in 2013 through 2016.

"While our network is our core product, designed to take our customers where they most want to go, our fleet is a critical element of our ability to deliver a superior travel experience, safely, reliably and comfortably," said Virasb Vahidi, American's Chief Commercial Officer, who leads American's fleet and network planning and strategy. "With today's announcement, I am confident that we will be able to meet our customers' needs for decades to come with a modern fleet that will be second to none."

American was advised in the transaction by SkyWorks Capital, LLC.

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SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Managing Director to Strengthen Global Presence

Greenwich, CT
July 19, 2011 -

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Managing Director to Strengthen Global Presence

SkyWorks Announces Appointment of New Managing Director to Strengthen Global Presence

Greenwich, CT
July 19, 2011 -

SkyWorks Capital today announced the appointment of Benoit Debains to serve as Managing Director. Benoit will be based in Toulouse, France where he will focus on global opportunities for SkyWorks.

Benoit’s extensive career in aviation finance spans a wide range of executive positions. He started his career at Airbus with sales contracts analysis and purchase agreement negotiation, then headed the sales finance team in the USA and then worldwide, to become Head of finance and treasury at Airbus SAS. He is experienced in virtually every aspect of aviation sales, finance and leasing. Most recently he was CEO of OnAir, a market-leading technology and services company in aerospace/telecom.

“Benoit’s distinguished career accomplishments and skillsets will be invaluable to SkyWorks going forward, as we enjoy unprecedented demand for our services in every region” said Thomas W. Mahr, CEO of SkyWorks Holdings. Mahr continued, “He brings strong long dated relationships with senior executives throughout the airline, OEM, as well as financial communities that will enable us to better serve our growing list of clients worldwide”.

The SkyWorks Companies provide a full complement of financial advisory, aircraft remarketing and portfolio asset management services globally to aviation industry participants. SkyWorks Asia is a joint venture among SkyWorks Capital, Cathay Pacific Airways and Air China Development Corp. (Hong Kong) Ltd. SkyWorks has also partnered with ICF International, a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, to establish ICF-SkyWorks which offers a comprehensive array of advisory services to airlines, aviation suppliers, manufacturers, and private equity and other financial services firms.

SkyWorks is headquartered at 283 Greenwich Ave., 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT. 06830, Tel. 203-983-6677. www.skyworkscapital.com

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SkyWorks Capital, LLC
Jeffrey S. Craine
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203-983-6686

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