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ABL Aviation announces effective start of operations in Casablanca

After New York, Dublin, Dubai and Hong Kong, the airline leasing company ABL Aviation announced Tuesday the effective start of its activities in Casablanca.

“We strongly believe in the potential of the aviation market in the African continent and believe we have the expertise and experience to support its development through our original, efficient and successful business model”, said at a press conference in Casablanca, ABL Aviation founder and CEO Ali Ben Lmadani.

“By our installation in Casablanca, we seek to offer innovative solutions to African airlines and a unique business model that we have succeeded in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East”, he explained.

ABL Aviation, based in Dublin and established in Morocco in 2017, is the only company based in Africa to offer a full service commercial aircraft leasing service. She recently obtained the Casablanca Finance City (CFC) status in order to invest in the African aeronautics market and make Casablanca its regional hub for Africa by bringing unique financing solutions to the continent.

“In addition to the know-how, high technicality and expertise in financial engineering of our teams, we are proud within ABL Aviation to be able to offer our client-partners a sharp technical support and strategies. investment,” assured Ben Lmadani.

In its first two years of start-up, ABL Aviation focused on funders to focus on realizing and increasing deals with its financial partners.

With an exclusive partnership in Japan with SBI, Japan’s $ 1.5 billion annual financing group, as well as other partnerships with major financial institutions in the United States. In America, ABL Aviation has comprehensive solutions for financing aircraft aircraft on behalf of African airlines.

Since its inception in 2015, ABL Aviation has generated approximately $ 400 million in investments and is behind the financing, leasing and management of 20 aircraft worldwide.

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