Details of Air Canada's first two JOLCO financings have been disclosed by advisory firm SkyWorks.

The Canadian flag carrier financed two Boeing 787-9s through Japanese operating leases with call options in the first quarter of 2017, says SkyWorks.

For the first aircraft, SMFL underwrote the equity investment and SMBC provided the debt portion of the financing.

FPG, advised by FPG AIM, underwrote the equity, while DVB Bank and Mega International Commercial Bank provided the debt portion of the financing for the second widebody.

Source: Cirium Dashboard