American Airlines has closed a Japanese Operating Lease with Call Option (JOLCO) on one of the airline’s 2017 vintage A321 aircraft. Credit Agricole-CIB (CA-CIB) structured and arranged the transaction for American, and developed a pioneering structure to allow a US airline to take advantage of the JOLCO structure – the first such US airline JOLCO financing. CA-CIB placed the equity with one of its corporate clients and also provided a loan out of its Tokyo branch to support the transaction. American was represented by Debevoise & Plimpton, and CACIB was represented by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman.   Voting for the

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