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January 15, 2016

AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 405 Aircraft in 2015

Amsterdam, The Netherlands; January 15, 2016 - AerCap Holdings N.V. ("AerCap," NYSE: AER) today announced its transactions during the full year and fourth quarter 2015:

Full Year 2015 Transactions

  • Signed lease agreements for 276 aircraft.
  • Purchased 46 new aircraft.
  • Executed sale and part-out transactions for 83 aircraft.
  • Signed financing transactions for $7.3 billion.

Fourth Quarter 2015 Transactions

  • Signed lease agreements for 60 aircraft, including 17 widebody and 43 narrowbody aircraft.
  • Purchased 11 aircraft, including 4 Boeing 787-9s, 6 Boeing 737-800s, and 1 Airbus A350.
  • Executed sale and part-out transactions for 28 aircraft, including 3 Airbus A319-100s, 3 Airbus A320-200s, 1 Airbus A321-100, 1 Airbus A330-200, 1 Airbus A330-300, 2 Airbus A340-300s, 5 Boeing 737NG, 1 Boeing 737 classic, 3 Boeing 747-400s, 3 Boeing 757-200s, 1 Boeing 767-300ER, 1 Boeing 777-200ER from AerCap's owned portfolio, and 3 Boeing 737 classics from AerCap's managed portfolio. We continue to manage 1 aircraft that was sold from our owned portfolio during the quarter.
  • Signed financing transactions for $2.9 billion.

As of December 31, 2015, AerCap's portfolio consisted of approximately 1,700 aircraft that were either owned, managed, or under contract to purchase.

About AerCap

AerCap is the global leader in aircraft leasing and has one of the most attractive order books in the industry. AerCap serves over 200 customers in approximately 80 countries with comprehensive fleet solutions and provides part-out and engine leasing services through its subsidiary, AeroTurbine. AerCap is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (AER) and has its headquarters in Amsterdam with offices in Dublin, Los Angeles, Shannon, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Singapore, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, Seattle and Toulouse. This press release may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. In most cases, you can identify forward-looking statements by terminology such as "may", "should", "expects", "plans", "anticipates", "believes", "estimates", "predicts", "potential" or "continue" or the negative of such terms or similar terminology. Such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve significant assumptions, risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements.