Hours Flown                       64,300
Passengers Carried           693,000
Freight Carried (tons)         327,000
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Euro 000's)
Net profit                               26,064
Total Assets                         411,805
HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2012
Three Boeing B737-300 freighter aircraft enter service, operating three new routes for DHL.
Safair completes the purchase of five Hercules aircraft, bringing the operating fleet size to a total of eight.
Airbus A300 EI-OZB retires after 15 years of service with Europe Airpost/Air Contractors (Ireland).
ASL Aviation Group signs agreement to purchase three Boeing B737-400 aircraft from Qantas Airways Limited. This brings the total of B737-400 aircraft owned/leased by the Group to seven.
ACL Aviation Support Limited completes its rebrand and changes its name to ACLAS Global Limited to reflect the diverse geographical market and reach of ASL’s spares support business.
The first of three ATR72-500 aircraft within the aircraft leasing portfolio is delivered to long-term customer Czech Airlines to begin a long term lease.
A new loan facility is agreed with a major bank. The loan is secured by the newly acquired and recently leased aircraft.
Air Contractors (Ireland) began its first Airbus A300-600 freighter operation with EI-OZJ. The aircraft operates initially on the integrator network and will then expand its operations to the Far East in January 2013 when the aircraft will begin flying for Air Hong Kong.
SOURCE: ASL Aviation Group Limited Annual Report 2012