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Careers take flight with the Diploma in Aviation Leasing and Finance

The award-winning Diploma in Aviation Leasing and Finance is now open to applications. This course delivers an in-depth analysis of the core legal and practical issues relating to aircraft leasing and finance transactions, including engine leasing, repossession, tax and insurance.

 

While Covid-19 has affected the airline industry, aviation leasing and finance remains an important sector in Ireland. Ireland is internationally recognised as the global hub for aviation leasing and finance, with 14 of the top 15 global aircraft lessors enjoying a presence here. More than 60% of the world’s fleet of leased aircraft is owned, leased, or managed in Ireland. The major industry players have been attracted by Ireland’s stable political regime, membership of the EU, favourable time zone, and talented workforce – not to mention our legal and regulatory advantages. In addition, Ireland’s network of over 70 double tax treaties, combined with the absence of withholding tax on aircraft lease rentals and a corporate tax rate of 12.5%, makes Ireland a commercially attractive place to set up and run an aircraft leasing company.

 

This course commences Thursday 28 January and will be delivered via live online lectures Thursdays 6pm to 8.30pm with interactive workshops on Saturdays. All sessions will also be available to view on-demand.

 

For further information visit: www.lawsociety.ie/diplomacentre or contact Claire O’Mahony, Solicitor, Course Leader: c.omahony@lawsociety.ie

 

 

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