Lobo In the News

Lobo featured in Rotorcraft Pro

Lobo’s Bill Wolf Interviewed by Aviation Finance

“Sustained low oil price and speculative orders could create future problems, helicopter lessor claims”

Full article may be found on the Aviation Finance website.

Lobo Leasing Featured in ConnectIreland Video

Lobo Leasing has been featured in a new ConnectIreland video outlining the benefits of basing the business in Ireland.

Lobo Featured in Irish Times Special Supplement

Air Finance Journal: Challenges facing the helicopter leasing market

29th December, 2014 – Several key players dominate the helicopter leasing market: Gecas/Milestone Leasing, Lobo Leasing, Waypoint Leasing, Lease Corporation  International, Macquarie Rotorcraft Leasing and  Era Helicopters. The challenges these leasing companies face share some similarities to their fixed-wing counterparts; however, the helicopter  market differs significantly from the fixed-wing  market.

Airlines have long been aware, and enjoyed the benefits, of operating leases, such as increased  fleet flexibility, which allows them to get rid of aged assets at the end of the lease term.  Helicopter operators, however, are less aware of the potential benefits of operating leases, according  to Lobo Leasing chief executive […]

Business Ireland: The Leasing Firm That’s Landed

With the help of ConnectIreland, Lobo Leasing successfully established its global headquarters in Dublin last year. BUSINESS IRELAND talks to Chief Commercial Officer John Contas about how they came to choose the capital as their base. 

Many international companies seeking an ideal location to establish their global headquarters have been draw by the attractive business environment which exists in Ireland. But with such stiff competition among countries clamouring to secure investment from such successful companies, sometimes a special connection or incentive helps to push the deal over the line. Lobo Leasing is one such company with which a special Irish connection was […]

Helicopter leasing company lands in Dublin with some new jobs

 

 

Originally published in the The Journal.

MINISTER RICHARD BRUTON has announced the creation of 48 new jobs in two US and one European-based company which have established operations in Dublin.

Helicopter leasing company Lobo Leasing will create 15 jobs, Sure power Energy and Utilities is bringing 25 jobs and the PR and marketing agency Wired Island is creating 8 new positions.

The companies were introduced to Ireland through the ConnectIreland programme. “As a result of business and social connections, three projects and 48 jobs that would have gone elsewhere are now coming to Ireland,” Minister Bruton commented today.

Lobo Leasing is recruiting for […]