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GainJet Ireland opens Dublin office
Having seen significant growth in delivery and demonstration flight, GainJet's decision to open an office among the leasing companies in Dublin’s financial district will enhance its presence among these lessors.
Financial controller Una Kennedy and accountable manager Ray Mills at the opening of Gainjet Ireland's new Dublin office. Pic credit: Chris Copley.
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GainJet Ireland has opened a new office in Dublin.

Accountable manager Ray Mills says: “We have expanded our services from aircraft management into providing demonstration, delivery and maintenance check flights primarily to satisfy the growing needs of the lessor market. Ireland is a global leader in aircraft financing and leasing. Approximately 50 per cent of the world’s leased aircraft are managed or leased through this island, where the presence of top aviation senior leadership coupled with a buoyant economic climate, favourable trading conditions and clear opportunities for local expansion are increasingly attracting emerging aviation leasing companies.”

Financial controller Una Kennedy adds: “GainJet Ireland is the largest Gulfstream operator in Western Europe, with G650 and G550 aircraft and further acquisitions imminent. We have seen significant growth in delivery and demonstration flights and our decision to open an office in the heart of leasing companies in Dublin’s financial district will enhance GainJet Ireland’s presence among these lessors.”

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