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Dublin’s AWAS helps energize Enerjet’s fleet

June 29, 2012, Dublin, Ire. - Dublin, Ireland-based aircraft lessor, AWAS, has delivered the second of two planned Boeing 737-700 passenger aircraft to Enerjet, a passenger charter operator in Canada. The aircraft come from AWAS' current fleet portfolio.

June 29, 2012  By Carey Fredericks

"These aircraft fit our strategic plan to offer highly reliable and fuel efficient modern aircraft to our charter clients," said Tim Morgan, President/CEO of Enerjet. "We are very pleased that AWAS was able to customize the leasing solution to fit Enerjet's specific requirements."

The new aircraft from AWAS' diversified portfolio will enable Enerjet to capitalize on the growing charter opportunities within the energy, defense, public sector and tourism markets.

"Enerjet is a growing and important player in the Canadian charter market, and we are proud to add them as a new customer," said Ray Sisson, President/CEO, AWAS.

"Our ability to quickly respond to Enerjet's lift requirement and aligning with their business plan allowed us to craft a tailored solution for them," said Ruben Sanchez, VP Sales Americas, AWAS.  "We look forward to growing along with them for many years to come."



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