Aeroflot does not need to borrow more at this time but is extending its loan
02.07.2021 – 22:22 UTC
Aeroflot (SU, Moscow Sheremetyevo) has already created a safety cushion ahead of the typically arduous fall season and sees no need to borrow more in the near future, said Andrey Chikhanchin, chief financial officer of the Russian flag carrier, to the Reuters news agency.
The company has 24 billion rubles ($ 329 million) in unused state-guaranteed loans in reserve, he said, noting that it had not encountered any difficulties in financing its operations during the past l summer and had obtained sufficient liquidity by the fall.
âAt the moment we have about 100 billion rubles [USD1.37 billion] indebted, excluding rents, while the account balances are quite large. Debt is mainly secured by account balances, âhe said.
Despite denials and reports to the contrary in the spring, Chikhanchin confirmed to the news agency that Aeroflot had placed exchange-traded bonds in the amount of 24.65 billion rubles ($ 338 million) at a rate of 8 , 35% in June. He previously aimed to raise 15 billion rubles ($ 205 million) at 9.15%.
The CFO claimed that the total demand for …
Everts Air Alaska orders two MD-83 P2Fs
15.03.2018 – 21:01 UTC
Everts Air Alaska (5V, Fairbanks Int’l) has ordered two McDonnell Douglas cargo conversions from Aeronautical Engineers, Inc. (AEI). In an announcement earlier this week, AEI said the plane would be placed with Everts Air Cargo (5V, Fairbanks Int’l) when completed.
The first MD-83 (msn 53471) will start to be modified on April 4, 2018 and will be re-delivered in early August 2018. Immediately after, the second MD-83 (msn TBD) will undergo modifications before the new delivery for Everts in December 2018 .
Everts will use the AEI MD-83SF freighters to replace and augment its existing fleet of DC-9-30 (F) of which it operates four. It also operates an MD-82 (SF) and two MD-83 (SF) as well as a B727-200 (F) and two E120RT (F) among other types.
Everts Air Cargo in Alaska will add its first MD-83 freighter
13.12.2016 – 03:46 UTC
Everts Air Cargo (5V, Fairbanks Int’l) placed an order with Aeronautical Engineers, Inc. (AEI) for the conversion of passengers to cargo (P2F) of a former Alaska Airlines (AS, Seattle Tacoma Int’l) MD-83, N965CE (MSN 53079).
The aircraft will head to Commercial Jet’s facilities in Dothan, Alabama, where it will begin modification on December 19 in time to be re-delivered to Everts Air Cargo in April 2017. Two more MD-83s are also included in the same. conversion agreement; msn 53125 (coming soon) and 53078 (already converted).
Everts Air Cargo will use the MD-83 (SF) for seasonal demand in Alaska as well as for ad hoc cargo flights in North America.
Founded in 1994, Everts Air Cargo is the cargo unit of Everts Air Alaska (5V, Fairbanks Int’l) and operates one B727-200 (F), four DC-9-30 (F), two E120RT (F ), and an MD-82 (SF) as well as other smaller aircraft.