ILFCInternational Lease Finance Corporation
ILFCInternational Lunar Finance Commission (TV show: Space: 1999)
ILFCInternational Leasing and Finance Company (Nepal)
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While the ILFC name will no longer exist, its deep roots and legacy will continue to live on with AerCap.
Further, ILFC also offers airlines similar benefits related with early delivery schedules for new technology Airbus A350s, A320neos and Embraer E-Jets E2, other than the Boeing 787.
Spokesmen for AIG and ILFC and AerCap's CEO Aengus Kelly refused to comment to Bloomberg.
Chief Executive Robert Benmosche said in November that AIG hoped to decide on a sale or an initial public offering of ILFC in the fourth quarter.
The Chinese consortium decided to buy at least 80% of AIG's ILFC unit towards the end of last year.
The delivery to ILFC builds on Boeing's 40-year relationship with the Los Angeles-based leasing company and largest 787 customer with 74 Dreamliners on order.
We're pleased to strengthen our partnership with American by strategically leveraging our strong financial position to support the airline's efforts to enhance its fleet and increase network flexibility," said ILFC Chief Executive Officer Henri Courpron.
Africa presents a real opportunity for the aviation industry to expand and contribute to the growth and prosperity of the continent," Colin Bole, head of Europe, Middle East and Africa, ILFC said.
Under the amendment plan, ILFC, ILFC Holdings, Inc.
According to the suit, AIG contends that the defendants connected 16 flash drives to ILFC computers and copied about 13,000 files that included aircraft fleet price data, contract information, letters of intent and statements of work.
The Notes will be unsecured and will not be guaranteed by ILFC's parent, any of ILFC's subsidiaries or any third party and they will be issued by ILFC at the initial price of 100.
5 September 2011 - ILFC Holdings, a wholly owned unit of insurer American International Group (NYSE:AIG), said on Friday it had filed to go public and had mandated Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) and Citigroup (NYSE:C) as the joint global coordinators of the exercise.