Aircastle has reported its third quarter results for 2010 with net income of $8.6 million and adjusted net income of $12.6 million. The results include pre-tax impairment charges of $7.3 million related to the sale of the only remaining 737-500 classic aircraft in the company’s fleet and an early lease termination of one 737-300 classic. The impairment charges were partially offset by maintenance, lease incentives and other revenues totalling $2.8 million, for a net pre-tax impact of $4.5 million. “We expect to complete more than half a billion dollars in attractive aircraft investments during the second half of 2010, including
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