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WFW is delighted to announce that two deals the firm advised on have been named deals of the year at the Airline Economics Aviation 100 Awards 2021.
The deal, which was approved by the courts in on 2 September 2020, is one of the most significant airline restructurings to have taken place since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis, and was the first to be implemented using the UK’s new Part 26A of the Companies Act 2006.
Virgin Atlantic Airways restructuring wins IFLR1000 Europe Restructuring Deal of the Year 202130 April 2021
The deal is one of the most significant airline restructurings to have taken place since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis.
In mid-May 2020, Bloxwich was used to provide upward and downward reserve flexibility to National Grid in the UK’s first of its kind trial using a battery.
The transaction was approved, subject to conditions, earlier in the year and involved the financial and commercial arrangements relating to the acquisition by TUIC of the HL Cruises’ business, including its luxury and expedition fleet, consisting of two five-star plus category luxury vessels and three expedition cruise ships.
The deal includes the acquisition of HL Cruises’ luxury and expedition fleet, consisting of two five-star plus luxury vessels and three expedition cruise ships, by TUI Cruises.
We advised Foresight Group on the delivery arrangements relating to a LeTourneau Super 116E jackup drilling rig named “VIVEKANAND 3”.
This event was a client dinner coinciding with two aviation conferences in Dublin.
WFW advises TUI Cruises GmbH on building contracts for two new InTUItion class passenger cruise ships17 July 2018
To be involved in the negotiation and conclusion of the building contracts for these two newbuilds was a great pleasure for WFW