leasing solutions
Tax Lease
Lower your rent rate by benefitting from the preferential Chinese tax rate. ICBC Leasing leases aircraft via a project company established in a free-trade zone.This leasing model allows the lessor to benefit from preferential tax policies, lowering the financing costs.
Export Lease
Working side by side with Chinese aircraft manufacturers, ICBC Leasing facilitates the export of domestically assembled large aircraft to the global market. ICBC Leasing has always followed the national development strategies, and consistently supported Chinese manufacturers and real economic development.
Joint Lease
ICBC Leasing cooperates with partner leasing companies for the purpose of offering our clients the benefit of leasing solutions that combine the advantages of different lessors.
After receiving aircrafts from ICBC, the lessee is able to sub-lease the aircrafts to ICBC-approved third parties. By applying a professionally designed lease structure, this service largely lowers the difficulty of direct financing for the sub-lessees.
Direct Purchase
ICBC Leasing increases its aircraft leasing offerings through direct bulk purchase from aircraft manufacturers.
PDP Financing
Alongside the sale and leaseback model, ICBC Leasing also provides pre-delivery payment (PDP) financing and full financial support for our customers.
fleet portfolio

We have delivered 325 commercial aircraft until the end of May 2018, including 152 Boeing, 154 Airbus, 15 Embraer, 4 Bombardier planes.

Find our portfolio of delivered commercial aircraft below.

  • 115B737
  • Status: 115 Owned    0 Managed
  • 12B787
  • Status: 12 Owned    0 Managed
  • 22B777
  • Status: 22 Owned    0 Managed
  • 3B747
  • Status: 3 Owned    0 Managed
  • 8A319
  • Status: 8 Owned    0 Managed
  • 97A320
  • Status: 97 Owned    0 Managed
  • 33A321
  • Status: 33 Owned    0 Managed
  • 16A330
  • Status: 16 Owned    0 Managed
  • 10E190
  • Status: 10 Owned    0 Managed
  • 5E195
  • Status: 5 Owned    0 Managed
  • 4CRJ900
  • Status: 4 Owned    0 Managed
Asset management

ICBC Leasing has established strong capabilities to go through the life-cycle management of aircraft assets, mainly covering:

  • Advanced portfolio buildup: keeping modern and younger fleet with high liquidity assets
  • Future aircraft order book development: working on appropriate strategy of order placement for the aviation industry, considering aircraft type, slot, price, condition etc.
  • Aircraft customization, BFE procurement, line fit or retrofit to satisfy each airline customer's operating requirements
  • Follow-up for all lease deals, execute all requirements during lease and aircraft return agreements
  • Asset management during lease, including ownership registration, insurance, valuation, annual audit, MR collection, and maintenance events monitoring
  • Aircraft redelivery
customers network

ICBC Leasing is proud to serve 48 of the most renown and reliable airlines in the world by upgrading and growing their fleet with the newest aircraft and technologies.

the team

Mark Jiang

Head of Aviation Finance

Mark (Bo) Jiang is Global Head of Aviation and Managing Director at ICBC Financial Leasing as well as Executive Director of ICBC International Leasing (Ireland).

He received his master's degree in management engineering from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 2001. He earned a bachelor's degree in electronic engineering from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 1991.

Mr. Jiang joined ICBC Leasing in March 2011. Prior to that, he engaged in aviation consulting in Australia from 2008 to 2010. 

He served as Vice President of Dragon Aviation Leasing between 2006 and 2008 and worked with China Aviation Supplies Holding Company from 1998 to 2008.

Between 1991 and 1998, Mr. Jiang served at the Department of Education, Science & Technology at the Civil Aviation Administration of China. 

EMEA & Americas

David Wang

Managing Director

Mr. Wang is head of EU, America and Africa sales in Aviation Finance Department. He joined ICBC Leasing in February 2008. Before that, he worked with Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Co., Ltd. from 1997 to 2008. 

He studied business management at the Business School of Renmin University and holds a bachelor degree in engineering from Northwestern Polytechnical University.

APAC Sales and Second-Hand Aircraft

James Lin

Managing Director

James Lin is Managing Director, head of Asia-Pacific sales and second-hand aircraft in Aviation Finance Department. Mr.Lin earned his bachelor's degree in economics from Sun Yat-Sen University. He joined ICBC Leasing in October 2008. 

Previously he served as Marketing & Sales Director of Shannon Engine Support Limited (a GE subsidiary) from 2004 to 2008. From 1999 to 2004, he worked with Aircraft Leasing Management Division of China Southern Airlines Co., Ltd. 

Technical Asset Team

Brian Guan

Executive Director

Brian Guan has more than 21 years of experience in aviation industry, working extensively in MRO professional engineering (9 years), airlines engineering and fleet management (5 years) as well as operating lessor (6 years).  He obtained a degree in Aircraft General Design from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Mr.Guan is highly proficient in aircraft transaction, technical and asset management, valuation appraisal, leasing business model, portfolio arrangement and aircraft investment strategy. Prior to joining ICBC Leasing in 2014, Brian worked for Yuexiu Financial Leasing, CDB Leasing, Air Macau and GAMECO.

Operations Management

Jonathan Liu

Executive Director

Jonathan Liu is Executive Director and Head of Operation of Aviation Finance Department. He obtained his master's degree in Economics and bachelor's degree in Management, both from Renmin University of China.

Upon joining ICBC Leasing in 2010, Mr. Liu worked at Comprehensive Management Department and then Aviation Finance Department. Previously, he worked with the Beijing Branch of State Administration of Foreign Exchange from 2006 to 2010 and served at the Beijing Office of the People's Bank of China from 2001 and 2006.