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Cash and bank depositsDebtorsLoansTangible fixed assetsOtherTangible Fixed Assets and Other
200755522651100273852191*
200841818104399286254475*
200952118104360314755042*
201029014046733356214035*
201144632427073387266394*
2012144532098816439808362*
2013189938478765470736464*
201431931701385607748010862*
20154691189435563**99370
201648871939911352**105994

The stock of leased aircraft (tangible fixed assets) has grown by almost 12% per annum over a 7-year period from €27.4bn in 2007 to €77.5bn in 2014*. The largest growth occurred in 2014, when tangible fixed assets grew by over €30bn (65%) due to new entrants in the sector. While aircraft made up 82% of assets at the beginning of the period, this had fallen to 66% in 2014, reflecting some diversification in the industry. Cash and bank deposits have grown around 27% per annum from more than €0.5bn to just under €5bn. Other growth has been seen in Debtors and Loans, which collectively have grown by €27.3bn from €3.4bn (10% of assets) in 2007 to €30.8bn (22% of assets) in 2016. 

Table 3.1 Assets€million
 2007200820092010201120122013201420152016
Cash and Bank Deposits5554185212904461,4451,8993,1934,6914,887
Debtors2,2651,8101,8101,4043,2423,2093,84717,01318,94319,399
Loans1,1004,3994,3606,7337,0738,8168,7658,5605,56311,352
Tangible Fixed Assets27,38528,62531,47535,62138,72643,98047,07377,480**
Other2,1914,4755,0424,0356,3948,3626,46410,862**
Total Assets33,49639,72743,20948,08355,88165,81268,048117,108128,567141,633
*Tangible Fixed Assets have been suppressed in 2015 and 2016 due to confidentiality.
Bonds and NotesCreditorsEquity InvestmentsLoansOther
20072399870413588129201658
20082408158914071177504915
20092201151814951178826526
20103953125116435192445637
20113451139216406228629621
201232311620168432872310215
20133410182818335336819242
20143753502029059756969849
201541346087346017194311294
20165300656740571812877406

In 2007, the industry was financed primarily through creditors (22%), loans (33%) and equity (35%). The most dramatic change visible in 2016 is the decrease in creditors (5%). Equity funding has fallen to 29% while loans have increased to 58%. Bonds, Notes and Other funding have fallen from a combined 10% to 9%. 

Equity funding fell to its lowest, less than 24%, in 2014.

Table 3.2 Liabilities€million
 2007200820092010201120122013201420152016
Bonds and Notes2,3992,4082,2013,9533,4513,2313,4103,7534,1345,300
Creditors8,7041,5891,5181,2511,3921,6201,8285,0206,0876,567
Equity Investments13,58814,07114,95116,43516,40616,84318,33529,05934,60140,571
Loans12,92017,75017,88219,24422,86228,72333,68175,69671,94381,287
Other1,6584,9156,5265,6379,62110,2159,2429,84911,2947,406
Total Assets39,26940,73343,07746,52053,73260,63366,496123,376128,060141,130

 

 

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