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Vinge advises VGS Aircraft Holding (Ireland) Limited

September 20, 2010

Vinge has advised two of VGS Aircraft Holding (Ireland) Limited’s subsidiaries in connection with aircraft financing and leasing:

VGS Investments One Limited with the financing and lease of one Airbus A319-112 aircraft to the Belgian operator Brussels Airlines NV/SA. The lender to VGS Investments One Limited is Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale.

Johannesburg Limited with the financing and lease of one Airbus A319-100 aircraft to the Albanian operator Belle Air SHPK. The lender to VGS Investments One Limited is Norddeutsche HSH Nordbank AG. 
 
VGS Aircraft Holding (Ireland) Limited is a 50/50 joint venture between Volito Aviation AB and a company within the Goldman Sachs Group.

Vinge's team consisted of Henrik Ossborn, Johan Ragnar and Fredrik Christiansson.

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