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CIAF-Leasing is a joint-venture company between CIAF Holding Company, an Egyptian corporation founded under the Capital Market Law in November 2008.

Aviation Capital Group, an aircraft leasing enterprise rated among one of the top five aircraft leasing companies worldwide ; the Civil Aviation Support and Development Fund, an Egyptian entity founded to support and develop Egyptian Civil Aviation activities, and others, including various EgyptAir entities.

The initial investment profile of the Company will concentrate primarily on new and younger narrow-body aircraft to be operated in Egypt, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

CIAF Leasing is managed by Aviation Capital Group Corp. (ACG).

ACG is a Tier 1 customer of the airframe and engine manufacturers, with a backlog of nearly 260 single-aisle and twin-aisle mainline jets. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pacific LifeCorp, the parent company of one of the largest and oldest insurance companies in the U.S.

ACG is the owner/lessor and portfolio manager of a diversified fleet of commercial jet aircraft leased to the worlds leading airlines. Its portfolio includes more than 260 jets leased to more than 90 airlines in 42 countries.

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Paris Air Show, June 16, 2009: Civil Aviation Finance Holding Co. (CIAF Holding), an Egyptian corporation, and US lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG) today announced the formation of a joint venture aircraft leasing company to serve Egypt, the Middle East and Northern Africa.
The company is named Civil Aviation Finance and Operating Leases Co., or CIAF-Leasing. Executives of Egypt CIAF Holding and ACG signed the final documentation at the Paris Air Show during a press conference. Operations are expected to begin in the fourth quarter this year.
The shareholders are CIAF, ACG, an aircraft leasing company rated among one of the top five companies in the industry, and the Civil Aviation Support and Development Fund, an Egyptian entity founded to support and develop civil aviation activities. The Egyptian entities own 90% of the joint venture and ACG has a 10% shareholding. The initial investment profile of CIAF Holding will concentrate primarily on new and younger narrow-body aircraft.

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