Aengus


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Noun1.Aengus - Celtic god of love and beauty; patron deity of young men and women
Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
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This transaction with NCB Capital is a clear demonstration of the attractiveness of our aviation assets globally," said Aengus Kelly, Chief Executive Officer of AerCap.
The signing ceremony took place in Hangzhou between AerCap Chief Executive Officer, Aengus Kelly and Loong Air Chairman, Liu Qihong.
EXEC PRODUCERS: Aengus James, Colin King Miller, David St.
James Kohn of Wandering Aengus Ciderworks uses commercial apples grown in Oregon and Washington.
Not much has gone right for Wandering Aengus since he beat Cheltenian first time out at Punchestown in October 20010.
Spokesmen for AIG and ILFC and AerCap's CEO Aengus Kelly refused to comment to Bloomberg.
Independent aircraft leasing company AerCap Holdings NV (AerCap) (NYSE: AER) on Wednesday declared that its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders has approved the appointment of Aengus Kelly as CEO and as a member of the board, with effect from 18 May 2011.
Chris Markiewicz of Dudley Hill and Jay Kunkel of Pleasant Valley CC are tied for 15th (even-par 70) along with Mike Lemerise of Wachusett CC and Chris Corey of Holden Hills CC, Mark O'Sullivan of Stow Acres CC and Aengus McAllister of Boston, and Gerald O'Neill of Blackstone National GC and Jay Pappas of Cyprian Keyes GC.
Aengus O Snodaigh, TD for Dublin South Central, said: "The Labour Party in particular have sold themselves as a friend of the working people.
Aengus Kelly, chief executive of AerCap said that following this agreement with Waha Capital, AerCap will have 340 aircraft, 100 engines and an inventory of parts, the combined value of those assets would be $2 billion.
Dun Aengus is thought of as his last place of residence.
Sinn Fein narrowly escaped losing its only remaining seat in Dublin after Aengus O Snodaigh was elected to the South Central constituency.