Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) Ltd Thursday reported an increase of 186 percent in its profit for the first six months of this year, reaching $140.1 million.
According to the company’s financial results, cash flows from operating activities increased by 36 percent to $678.5 million.
The company reported available liquidity of $2.7 billion, saying that its new capital commitments for aircraft purchases was $750 million.
DAE said that it signed a new aircraft management mandate to acquire and manage up to $1.75 billion of aircraft assets.
Commenting on the results, Firoz Tarapore, Chief Executive Officer of DAE, said, “Our financial results are reflective of the strength of DAE’s franchise despite emerging macroeconomic headwinds.”
Tarapore said, “Air travel demand continues to be strong and all leading indicators continue to point to a strong summer season for our airline customers.”