Alton Aviation Consultancy provides advisory services for Monocle/AerSale business combination

06 Jan 20

NEW YORK (January 6, 2020) — Alton Aviation Consultancy recently served as an adviser to Monocle Acquisition Corporation in its business combination with AerSale. The combined company, which will be named AerSale Corporation, will be publicly traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market.

Monocle Acquisition Corporation is a public investment vehicle formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, share exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, recapitalization, reorganization or similar business combination with a focus on the aerospace and defence sectors.

AerSale is a leading, integrated global supplier of aftermarket aircraft, engineered solutions, spare engines, flight equipment, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, and used serviceable material (USM) support.

Brian Rynott, one of Alton Aviation Consultancy?s Managing Directors, commented, ?We?re pleased and proud to have played an instrumental role in the combination of Monocle and AerSale. The newly formed AerSale Corporation is well-positioned in the growing aviation aftermarket. Our participation as an advisor on this transaction is added testament to Alton?s advisory capabilities across the wide range of aviation services including MRO/aftermarket, distribution, and asset management.?

About Alton Aviation Consultancy
A specialist advisory firm dedicated to serving the aviation and aerospace industries, Alton Aviation Consultancy was founded by seasoned aviation industry executives who are globally recognized for their thought leadership, quantitative analytics, and innovative solution development. With offices in New York, Dublin, Hong Kong, Beijing, Tokyo, and Singapore, Alton?s engagements span the aviation and aerospace value chain with typical projects including strategy and business plan development, operational performance improvement, and transaction support. Clients include airlines, manufacturers, MRO and aftermarket service providers, lessors, and the broader financial and investment community.

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