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Pensionsselskab skyder stort milliardbeløb i jysk flyfirma

PFA har haft jysk flyfirma i kikkerten i to år og har nu investeret et betydeligt beløb i selskabet.

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Pensionsselskabet PFA investerer 3,1 mia. kr. i det jyske flyselskab Nordic Aviation Capital. Det sker i forbindelse med låneomlægning hos flyfirmaet, der har base ved Billund. Det skriver Børsen.

Nordic Aviation Capital arbejder med udlejning af regionale fly og skulle ifølge Børsen være førende på området globalt set. Til avisen udtaler PFA’s investeringsdirektør med ansvar for aktier og alternative investeringer, Henrik Nøhr Poulsen, at "fordelen her er bl.a., at flyselskaber har tendens til ind-imellem at gå konkurs. Når du ejer flyene som NAC, kan du lease dem til andre i stedet for," siger han.

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