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FORMED IN 1993. A JET AIRPLANE LEASING COMPANY.
PEMBROKE HOUSE, 33/41 LOWER MOUNT STREET
DUBLIN 2, (CO. DUBLIN), IRELAND
EIRE/IRELAND WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1919, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 70,284 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 3.6 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS DUBLIN, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE ENGLISH AND GAELIC.
DECEMBER 1998: 10 ORDERS (/00) 717-200'S (BR715). ROLLS ROYCE (RRC)
JOINT VENTURE WITH (PEB) ON AIRPLANE LEASING BY MERGING ITS AIRCRAFT FINANCE & TRADING WITH (PEB). WILL HAVE A COMBINED FLEET OF OWNED AND ORDERED AIRPLANES >$950 MILLION = 60 AIRPLANES. IT WILL MANAGE +65 AIRPLANES VALUED AT $1.3 BILLION ON BEHALF OF 3RD PARTY OWNERS.
MAY 1999: 4 757-236'S (RB211-535E4) (29942; 29944; 29945; 29946). 2 737-46J'S (27171; 27173) BOUGHT FROM AIR BERLIN (BER), LEASED TO MACEDONIAN.
DECEMBER 1999: 15/15 ORDERS 717-200'S. 717 IS 17,000 LBS LIGHTER THAN A318 AND ITS TRIP COSTS ARE -10% LOWER. THE WEIGHT DIFFERENCE DRIVES FUEL BURN SAVINGS, LOWER LANDING FEES, AND LOWER MAINTENANCE COSTS.
JUNE 2000: 767-3P6ER (267-24495, /89 42 14), RETURNED FROM GULF AIR (GUL) LEASED TO MALEV (HGA).
FEBRUARY 2001: 2 ORDERS 717-200'S (BR715), FOR TOTAL 27, 4 LEASED. (GATX) CAPITAL BUYS 50% OF PEMBROKE GROUP (PEB). OTHER 50% OWNED BY ROLLS ROYCE (RRC). COMBINED COMPANY PORTFOLIO OF >400 AIRPLANES.
December 2002: A310-324 (443) returned from Air Plus Comet (APZ).
February 2004: See attached link to Leasing Survey 2004, which shows Pembroke Group (PEB) ranked 15th of the top 40 airplane leasing companies with 62 narrow bodies and 6 wide bodies.
February 2005: 6 orders 737-73S's.
March 2006: Based on an Airline Business survey of airplane leasing companies, Pembroke Group (PEB) has a fleet of 81 airplanes and is ranked 18th of the top 50 airplane leasing companies (see attached data).
December 2014: Oman Air (OMR) has signed a deal with Standard Chartered Bank for the sale and operating leaseback of its 3 newest Boeing 737-800s. 2 were delivered in November and December 2014, with the 3rd delivery planned for February 2015.
The deal was arranged through Standard Chartered’s airplane leasing subsidiary, the Pembroke Group (PEB). (PEB) currently has just >100 airplanes on its books, the great majority of them Boeing 737-800s and Airbus A320-200s.
(OMR) described the transaction as 1 of the 1st sale and leaseback deals it had undertaken, but said it was already working on a further transaction with another financial group and planned to finance more airplanes through sale and leaseback. “(OMR) is keen to pursue different options to finance new airplanes joining our fast-growing fleet, and 1 of those options is sale and leaseback,” (CEO) Paul Gregorowitsch said.
The 3 airplanes involved in the deal “will support the ambitious growth strategy that we have just launched. This will see us offer our customers an increased range of destinations and frequencies [and] more convenient connections at Muscat.”
“We are proud to be supporting (OMR) as they expand their fleet to meet increasing air traffic demand,” said Gurcharan Kadan (CEO) for Standard Chartered Oman.
An Oman Air (OMR) spokesman said (OMR) would continue to explore “all possible avenues” of financing its rapidly-expanding fleet, “including export credit agency (ECA)] supported financing, pure commercial debt, operating lease, etc.”
August 2016: 767-3BGER (30564, EI-FGN) leased to (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG).
6 +21/23 ORDERS 717-200 (BR715), 4 LSD.
2 737-3L9 (CFM56-3) (2059-25125, /91; 2250-26441, /92), EX-(MRS), LST (AUK) 1999-09.
1 737-3M8 (CFM56-3) (2004-25016, /91), EX-(TEB), LST (SPT) 5 YRS.
1 737-33S (CFM56-3) (3012-29072, /98), LST (SBL).
1 737-35B (CFM56-3) (23971, EI-DOO), PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN FROM USE, NOW AT LASHAM, ENGLAND USED BY AIRPORT FIRE SERVICE AS A TRAINER.
12 737-300 (CFM56-3).
1 737-4YO HGW (CFM56-3) (1839-24769, /90), LST (BER).
2 737-46J HGW (CFM56-3) (2465-27171, /93 D-ABAE; 2485-27213, /94 D-ABAG), LST (MDA) 1999-05, EX-(BER).
3 737-53S (CFM56-3) (3083-29073; 3086-29074; 3101-29075), LST (AFA).
1 737-600 (CFM56-3).
6 +6 ORDERS 737-73S (CFM56-7B) (187-29078; 194-29079; 211-29080; 215-29081; 229-29082; 392-29083), 2 LST (AZR), 1 LST (SNS), 2 LST (HAU).
0 737-73S (CFM56-7B) (98-29076; 104-29077), TO (GER).
5 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (29942; 29944; 29945; 29946), LST (NAB).
1 767-3BGER (30564, EI-FGN) LST (MNG) 2016-06.
1 767-3P6ER (267-24495, /89), EX-(GUL), LST (HGA) 2000-06.
1 A310-324 (443, EC-HVB), RF (APZ) 2002-12.
24 F 50.
3 F 70.
26 F 100.
GARRY BURKE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (2001-06).
SHANE COOKE, MANAGING DIRECTOR.
MS CLAIRE MCWALTER, LEGAL COUNSEL.
TREVOR HENDERSON, EXECUTIVE VP MARKETING.
PETER MOYLAN, VP FINANCE.
BRIAN TUMULTY, CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER,