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AerCap's $30 billion buy of GE's aircraft leasing business will need 20 antitrust approvals

By Natalie McNelis and Andrew Boyce
  • 10 Mar 2021 11:02
  • 10 Mar 2021 11:02
Irish aircraft leasing company AerCap's bid to buy its largest rival General Electric Capital Aviation Services, or Gecas, will need antitrust approval in some 20 jurisdictions, plus approval from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US, its executives said today.

AerCap said today that it had agreed to buy Gecas for $30 billion, saying

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