NAC Looks To Purchase More Regional Aircraft

Independent leasing company Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has increased its debt facility from $300m to $400m to part finance the purchase of turboprop and regional aircraft.

Independent leasing company Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has increased its debt facility from $300m to $400m to part finance the purchase of turboprop and regional aircraft.

Denmark-headquartered NAC said the aircraft will be leased to airlines around the world.

Søren Overgaard chief financial offer at NAC said: “This facility, which has unique aspects regarding the assets that can be placed in the portfolio, allows NAC the opportunity to better service our growing client base with the right product for their fleet in a timely manner.”

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