Conyers advises AerCap on an amendment and upsize to its revolving debt facility to $1.1bn
Conyers Dill & Pearman has advised AerCap Holdings NV in connection with an amendment and upsize of its revolving warehouse facility, which completed on 10 May 2013, to $1.1bn, with an extension due until June 2018. The law firm advised AerCap in connection with the original facility, which was put in place in 2006.
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