GOAL Buys Three E190s

German Operating Aircraft Leasing (GOAL) has acquired three used Embraer E190 aircraft from Airfleet Credit Corporation subsidiary Bernina Aircraft Leasing.

German Operating Aircraft Leasing (GOAL) has acquired three used Embraer E190 aircraft from Airfleet Credit Corporation subsidiary Bernina Aircraft Leasing.

As part of the deal, the aircraft will go under GOAL’s ownership with their attached leases to Swiss carrier Helvetic Airways.

The lessor said that the transaction was funded by a combination of its own equity and with a loan from an unnamed German bank.

GOAL, a joint venture between German investment firm KGAL and airline Lufthansa, currently owns a fleet of 43 aircraft comprised of Airbus, Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier jets.

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