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Macquarie buys Waypoint Leasing for $650 million

Macquarie buys Waypoint Leasing for $650 million

Macquarie is buying Waypoint Leasing for $650 million. Waypoint’s staff will join Macquarie Rotorcraft Leasing. The transaction is subject to bankruptcy court approval and expected to close before March 2019. Several of Waypoint’s lenders have agreed to provide a $45

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Waypoint starts negotiations with lenders over covenants

Waypoint starts negotiations with lenders over covenants

Waypoint Leasing, the largest independent helicopter lessor, is in talks with banks to restructure loans. The lessor first held talks in June to warn lenders that it could be close to breaching some covenants. Some 26 banks are involved. Waypoint,

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Waypoint Leasing: New Horizons

Waypoint Leasing: New Horizons

Waypoint, the world’s largest independent helicopter lessor, recently celebrated its five-year anniversary, having weathered one of the worst downturns in the history of the helicopter market and come out the other side with an air of cautious optimism. Waypoint is

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Waypoint leases one H135T3 to ALT

Waypoint leases one H135T3 to ALT

Waypoint Leasing has leased one H135T3 to German aviation service provider ALT to be used for pilot training. This is the seventh H135 Waypoint has delivered and marks the lessor’s first transaction with ALT. Simon Dahm, Waypoint’s vice president of

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Heli Expo 2018: Talking to Waypoint Leasing CEO Hooman Yazhari

Heli Expo 2018: Talking to Waypoint Leasing CEO Hooman Yazhari

Waypoint Leasing, one of the largest helicopter lessors, recently saw a switch up in its management. The lessor’s founder and CEO Ed Washecka left the company and was replaced by CHC Helicopter’s Hooman Yazhari – who was general counsel and

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Washecka, McGinn leave Waypoint, Yazhari joins as CEO

Washecka, McGinn leave Waypoint, Yazhari joins as CEO

Waypoint Leasing, one of the largest helicopter lessors, has changed its management team. Ed Washecka, the company’s founder and CEO, has left the company and been replaced by Hooman Yazhari who joins from CHC Helicopters. Yazhari was general counsel and

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