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CALC at a Glance

(As of 30 Jun, 2018)
* Owned and managed by CALC, excluding aircraft held under ARI

  • 115*
    Aircraft fleet
  • 189+20
    On backlog

    139 Airbus + 50 Boeing

    One of the launch customers of

    COMAC C919 aircraft

    with an order of 20 planes

  • >300
    AIRCRAFT in 2023

    base case, firm orders

China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited ("CALC"), a one-stop aircraft full life-cycle solutions provider for global airlines, is listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited ("SEHK") (SEHK stock code: 01848.HK). The businesses and subsidiaries of the Group are involved in two main business areas comprising new aircraft leasing and aging aircraft disassembling and recycling. CALC’s scope of business includes regular operations such as aircraft operating leasing, purchase and leaseback, and structured financing, as well as value-added services such as fleet planning, fleet upgrade, aircraft disassembling and component sales. CALC was listed by renowned aviation consulting firm ICF International as one of the top 10 global aircraft lessors, based on the combined asset value of its fleet and order book.

CALC is the founder and largest shareholder of Aircraft Recycling International Ltd ("ARI"), its mid to end-of-life aircraft solutions arm.

Press Release

CALC Named "Asia-Pacific Lessor of the Year" for Second Consecutive Year by Airline Economics
Hong Kong – 7 November 2018, CALC (the “Group”, SEHK stock code: 01848), a full value-chain aircraft solutions provider for global airlines, is pleased to announce that it has been named the “Asia-Pacifi...
  • 07
    CALC Named "Asia-Pacific Lessor of the Year" for Second Consecutive Year by Airline Economics
  • 26
    CALC Appoints David Morris as Head of Technical & Asset Management
  • 08
    CALC and FL Technics Join Forces to Establish an MRO Joint Venture in Harbin, China
  • 19
    CALC Delivers its First Aircraft under Hong Kong’s New Tax Regime Extending Hong Kong as One of its Major Leasing Platforms