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Full title: Motion to Authorize / Debtors' Motion for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing Debtor Aerovias de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. to Assume (on an Amended Basis) that Certain Lease Agreement and (II) Approving the Claims Settlement with Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC and Related Parties filed by Timothy E. Graulich on behalf of Grupo Aeromexico, S.A.B. de C.V. with hearing to be held on 10/14/2021 at 10:00 AM at Courtroom 623 (SCC) Responses due by 10/11/2021,. (Graulich, Timothy)

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9.7 Lessee Existence Lessee will preserve its corporate existence, will not sell, lease, transfer or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its assets (in one or in any series of transactions) to any Person and will continue to be a regularly scheduled, commercial airline; provided that Lessee may sell, lease, transfer or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its assets (in one or a series of transactions) to any Person or merge or consolidate with any Person in a transaction in which it is not the surviving Person if the following conditions are satisfied: (a) Lessee has provided Lessor with thirty (30) days prior written notice of such transaction; (b) the Person acquiring such assets or the Person surviving such merger or consolidation (in either case, the “Surviving Entity”) assumes all of the rights and obligations of Lessee under the Operative Documents to which Lessee is a party; (c) the tangible net worth of the Surviving Entity is equal to or greater than the tangible net worth of Lessee immediately prior to such merger or consolidation, except where (if the Surviving Entity’s tangible net worth would be lower than such prior tangible net worth of Lessee), this does not and could not reasonably be expected to cause an Event of Default or have a material adverse effect on the ability of the Surviving Entity to comply with its obligations under the Operative Documents; (d) the Surviving Entity is duly organized and validly existing under the laws of its state of organization; (e) the Surviving Entity shall execute and deliver to Lessor (i) an agreement, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lessor, by which the Surviving Entity assumes the due and punctual performance and observance of each covenant and condition of Lessee under this Agreement and agrees to be bound thereby (such assumption of obligations to be legal, valid, binding and enforceable, except as enforcement of such agreement may be limited by applicable bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or similar law affecting the rights of creditors generally and general principles of equity), (ii) an officer’s certificate from a responsible officer of the Successor Entity confirming the legal, valid, binding and enforceable nature of such assumption and that the other requirements of this Clause 9.7 have been satisfied, and (iii) a legal opinion from counsel confirming the legal, valid, binding and enforceable nature of such assumption and other matters as Lessor may specify and otherwise in such form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lessor; (f) the Surviving Entity shall execute and deliver to Lessor and/or file such recordations and filings with any Government Entity (including the Aviation Authority) and such other documents as Lessor shall reasonably deem to be necessary or advisable (including, without limitation, to preserve and protect the interests of the Lessor Parties and the Financing Parties) to evidence,

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Hearing Date and Time: October 14, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. (Prevailing Eastern Time) Objection Date and Time: October 11, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. (Prevailing Eastern Time) DAVIS POLK & WARDWELL LLP 450 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10017 Telephone: (212) 450-4000 Facsimile: (212) 701-5800 Marshall S. Huebner Timothy Graulich Steven Z. Szanzer Thomas S. Green Counsel to the Debtors and Debtors in Possession UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK In re: Chapter 11 GRUPO AEROMÉXICO, S.A.B. de C.V., et al., Case No. 20-11563 (SCC) Debtors.1 (Jointly Administered) NOTICE OF HEARING ON DEBTORS’ MOTION FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING DEBTOR AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V. TO ASSUME (ON AN AMENDED BASIS) THAT CERTAIN LEASE AGREEMENT AND (II) APPROVING THE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT WITH JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC AND RELATED PARTIES PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, on September 24, 2021, the above-captioned debtors and debtors in possession (collectively, the “Debtors”) filed the Debtors’ Motion for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing Debtor Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. To Assume (On an Amended Basis) that Certain Lease Agreement and (II) Approving the Claims Settlement with Jupiter Aviation Partners 1 The Debtors in these cases, along with each Debtor’s registration number in the applicable jurisdiction, are as follows: Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. 286676; Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. 108984; Aerolitoral, S.A. de C.V. 217315; and Aerovías Empresa de Cargo, S.A. de C.V. 437094-1. The Debtors’ corporate headquarters is located at Paseo de la Reforma No. 243, piso 25 Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, C.P. 06500.

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LLC and Related Parties (the “Motion”). A hearing on the Motion is scheduled to be held on October 14, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) (the “Hearing”) before the Honorable Judge Shelley C. Chapman, United States Bankruptcy Judge, in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York (the “Court”), or at such other time as the Court may determine. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that, in accordance with General Order M-543, dated March 20, 2020 (Morris, C.J.) (“General Order M-543”),2 the Hearing will be conducted telephonically. Any parties wishing to participate must do so telephonically by making arrangements through CourtSolutions, LLC (www.court-solutions.com). Instructions to register for CourtSolutions, LLC are attached to General Order M-543. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that copies of the Motion may be obtained free of charge by visiting the website of Epiq Corporate Restructuring, LLC at https://dm.epiq11.com/aeromexico. You may also obtain copies of any pleadings by visiting the Court’s website at http://www.nysb.uscourts.gov in accordance with the procedures and fees set forth therein. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the Hearing may be continued or adjourned from time to time by an announcement of the adjourned date or dates at the Hearing or a later hearing or by filing a notice with the Court. The Debtors will file an agenda before the Hearing, which may modify or supplement the motion(s) to be heard at the Hearing. 2 A copy of the General Order M-543 can be obtained by visiting http://www.nysb.uscourts.gov/news/general-order-m-543-court-operations-under-exigent-circumstances-created-covid-19. 2

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PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that any responses or objections to the Motion shall be in writing, shall comply with the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and the Local Bankruptcy Rules for the Southern District of New York, shall be filed with the Court by (a) attorneys practicing in the Court, including attorneys admitted pro hac vice, electronically in accordance with General Order M-399 (which can be found at www.nysb.uscourts.gov) and (b) all other parties in interest, in accordance with the customary practices of the Court and General Order M-399, to the extent applicable, and shall be served in accordance with General Order M-399 and the Order Establishing Certain Notice, Case Management, and Administrative Procedures, entered on July 8, 2020 [ECF No. 79], so as to be filed and received no later than October 11, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) (the “Objection Deadline”). PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all objecting parties are required to telephonically attend the Hearing, and failure to appear may result in relief being granted upon default. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that, if no responses or objections are timely filed and served with respect to the Motion, the Debtors may, on or after the Objection Deadline, submit to the Court an order substantially in the form of the proposed order attached to the Motion, under certification of counsel or certification of no objection, which order may be entered by the Court without further notice or opportunity to be heard. [Remainder of page intentionally left blank] 3

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Dated: September 24, 2021 New York, New York DAVIS POLK & WARDWELL LLP By: /s/ Timothy Graulich 450 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10017 Telephone: (212) 450-4000 Facsimile: (212) 701-5800 Marshall S. Huebner Timothy Graulich Steven Z. Szanzer Thomas S. Green Counsel to the Debtors and Debtors in Possession 4

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DAVIS POLK & WARDWELL LLP 450 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10017 Telephone: (212) 450-4000 Facsimile: (212) 701-5800 Marshall S. Huebner Timothy Graulich Steven Z. Szanzer Thomas S. Green Counsel to the Debtors and Debtors in Possession UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK In re: Chapter 11 GRUPO AEROMÉXICO, S.A.B. de C.V., et Case No. 20-11563 (SCC) al., (Jointly Administered) Debtors.1 DEBTORS’ MOTION FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING DEBTOR AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V. TO ASSUME (ON AN AMENDED BASIS) THAT CERTAIN LEASE AGREEMENT AND (II) APPROVING THE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT WITH JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC AND RELATED PARTIES Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. (“Grupo Aeroméxico”) and certain of its affiliates (collectively, the “Debtors”), each of which is a debtor and debtor in possession in the above-captioned chapter 11 cases (the “Chapter 11 Cases”), hereby file this motion (this “Motion”) seeking the entry of an order (i) authorizing, but not directing, Debtor Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. (the “Debtor Lessee”) to assume that certain Aircraft Operating Lease Agreement, dated 1 The Debtors in these cases, along with each Debtor’s registration number in the applicable jurisdiction, are as follows: Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. 286676; Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. 108984; Aerolitoral, S.A. de C.V. 217315; and Aerovías Empresa de Cargo, S.A. de C.V. 437094-1. The Debtors’ corporate headquarters is located at Paseo de la Reforma No. 243, piso 25 Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, C.P. 06500.

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as of September 23, 2016 (the “Aircraft Lease”), on an amended basis on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in that certain Amended and Restated Aircraft Operating Lease Agreement (the “Amended Aircraft Lease”) and (ii) approving the Claims Settlement (as defined herein). The form of Amended Aircraft Lease is attached to the Proposed Order (as defined herein) as Exhibit 1 and a summary of the material terms thereof is attached hereto as Exhibit B. This Motion is supported by the Declaration of Matthew Landess in Support of (A) Debtors’ Motion for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing Debtor Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. To Assume (On an Amended Basis) that Certain Lease Agreement and (II) Approving the Claims Settlement with Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC and Related Parties and (B) Related Sealing Motion (the “Landess Declaration”) filed contemporaneously herewith and incorporated herein by reference. In further support of this Motion, the Debtors respectfully state as follows: Jurisdiction and Venue 1. The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York (the “Court”) has jurisdiction over this Motion pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157 and 1334 and the Amended Standing Order of Reference M-431, dated January 31, 2012 (Preska, C.J.). This is a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b). In addition, the Debtors confirm their consent, pursuant to Rule 7008 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the “Bankruptcy Rules”), to the entry of a final order by the Court in connection with this Motion to the extent that it is later determined that the Court, absent consent of the parties, cannot enter a final order or judgment in connection herewith consistent with Article III of the United States Constitution. 2. Venue of the Chapter 11 Cases and related proceedings is proper in this district pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409. 2

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Relief Requested 3. By this Motion, and pursuant to sections 365 and 105(a) of chapter 11 of title 11 of the United States Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”) and Bankruptcy Rules 6004, 6006, 9013, and 9019, the Debtors seek entry of an order, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Proposed Order” and, if entered, the “Order”), (a) authorizing (but not directing) the Debtor Lessee to assume the Aircraft Lease on an amended basis, on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the form of Amended Aircraft Lease attached to the Proposed Order as Exhibit 1, and (b) approving the Claims Settlement, each as further detailed herein and in the Proposed Order. Background A. General Background 4. On June 30, 2020 (the “Petition Date”), each of the Debtors filed in this Court voluntary petitions for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. The Debtors have continued to operate and manage their businesses and have continued to possess their properties as debtors in possession pursuant to sections 1107(a) and 1108 of the Bankruptcy Code. 5. The Chapter 11 Cases are being jointly administered for procedural purposes only pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 1015(b) and the Order Directing Joint Administration of Chapter 11 Cases [ECF No. 30] entered by the Court on July 1, 2020 in Grupo Aeroméxico’s Chapter 11 Case.2 2 On July 2, 2020, the Court entered similar orders for the other Debtors on their respective Court dockets. See In re Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V., No. 20-11561, ECF No. 4; In re Aerolitoral, S.A. de C.V., No. 20-11565, ECF No. 4; In re Aerovías Empresa de Cargo, S.A. de C.V., No. 20-11566, ECF No. 4. 3

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6. On July 13, 2020, the Office of the United States Trustee for the Southern District of New York (the “U.S. Trustee”) appointed an Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors (the “Committee”) pursuant to section 1102 of the Bankruptcy Code. See Notice of Appointment of Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors [ECF No. 92]. No trustee or examiner has been appointed in the Chapter 11 Cases. 7. Detailed information regarding the Debtors’ businesses and affairs, capital structure, and the circumstances leading to the commencement of the Chapter 11 Cases can be found in the Declaration of Ricardo Javier Sánchez Baker in Support of the Debtors’ Chapter 11 Petitions and First Day Pleadings [ECF No. 20], which is incorporated herein by reference. B. The Debtors’ Fleet Optimization Process 8. As the Court is aware, the Debtors have been engaged in a multi-step process to (a) analyze their anticipated, long-term fleet and equipment needs, (b) make corresponding adjustments to the size and composition of their current operating fleet, and (c) obtain the most favorable terms for agreements relating to aircraft equipment. 9. On September 15, 2020, the Debtors filed their Motion for Approval of Stipulations and Orders Between Debtors and Counterparties Concerning Certain Aircraft and Engines [ECF No. 373] (the “Equipment Stipulation Motion”), pursuant to which the Debtors sought approval of certain stipulations between certain Debtors and certain counterparties concerning leases of Equipment (as defined in the Equipment Stipulation Motion). These stipulations enabled the Debtors to continue to utilize the Equipment on their operating routes and to maintain the Equipment when not being operated. Broadly speaking, such stipulations provide, with limited variation, for payment of rent calculated based on actual usage of the Equipment (called a “power by the hour” or “PBH” arrangement), rather than a fixed monthly amount. The Court entered an 4

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order approving the Equipment Stipulation Motion [ECF No. 396] and so ordered the underlying stipulations. [ECF Nos. 399–429, 475, 491, 502]. 10. On April 22, 2021, the Debtors filed their Motion for (I) Approval of Compromises with Boeing and Other Counterparties, (II) Authorization To (A) Enter Into Amended Aircraft Purchase Agreement with Boeing and (B) Enter into Agreements with Other Counterparties related to the Boeing Transaction, (III) Approval of the Assumption of Such Amended Agreements, as Applicable, and (IV) Approval To Settle Certain Prepetition Claims of Counterparties [ECF No. 1108] (the “Boeing Motion”) and their Motion for (I) Authorization To (A) Enter Into New Aircraft Lease Agreements and (B) Amend and Assume Certain Existing Aircraft Lease Agreements, and (II) Approval of Compromise Regarding Prepetition Claims with Air Lease Corporation [ECF No. 1113] (the “Air Lease Motion”). The Court approved both the Boeing Motion and the Air Lease Motion at a hearing on April 30, 2021,3 and subsequently entered each of the orders related thereto.4 Pursuant to such orders, the Debtors (a) added 28 new aircraft to their fleet, (b) assumed agreements relating to 18 existing aircraft, and (c) settled the allowed amounts of unsecured claims of certain counterparties with respect to such equipment. 11. Over the last several months, the Debtors have continued negotiating with existing lessors and potential lessors of additional aircraft and equipment to obtain the best terms available for the aircraft and equipment that will be necessary for the Debtors to pursue their long-term business plan and to optimize their anticipated fleet upon emergence from the Chapter 11 Cases. As a result of these efforts, the Court has also entered additional orders authorizing the Debtors to 3 See Hr’g Tr. (April 30, 2021), 29:17–23 and 37:13–16. 4 See ECF Nos. 1141–42, 1145, 1154, 1156–57, 1160–62. 5

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either enter into new aircraft leases and/or assume existing aircraft leases on an amended basis. See ECF Nos. 984, 1100, 1544, 1572–73, 1659, 1693. C. The Amended Aircraft Lease and the Claims Settlement 12. On August 31, 2021, the Debtors filed the Debtors’ Motion for Entry of an Order Authorizing Debtors To Assume Certain Aircraft Leases [ECF No. 1677] (the “Omnibus Assumption Motion”) seeking to assume three Japanese aircraft operating leases, including the Aircraft Lease. Since filing the Omnibus Assumption Motion, the Debtors continued negotiating with Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC (collectively with its affiliates, including NBB Loreto Lease Co., Ltd., the “Lessor”) the terms and conditions for the Amended Aircraft Lease in an effort to obtain the best terms available for the Aircraft (as defined herein). As a result of arm’s length and good faith negotiations, the Debtors have reached an agreement with the Lessor to (a) assume the Aircraft Lease relating to a Boeing 787-9 aircraft bearing manufacturer’s serial number 43859 (together with the related engines, parts, equipment, and appurtenances, the “Aircraft”), which the Debtor Lessee currently operates as part of its existing fleet, on an amended basis on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease, and (b) resolve any and all prepetition claims against the Debtors in the Chapter 11 Cases relating to the Aircraft belonging to the Lessor (and its affiliates) and certain other parties (collectively, the “Claimants”5), each as described herein, in the Amended Aircraft Lease, and in the Landess Declaration.6 5 For the avoidance of doubt, “Claimants” includes, without limitation, claimants that filed claims numbered 576, 579–81, 587, 603, 620, 621, and 625. 6 As a result of reaching an agreement with the Lessor with respect to the Jupiter Transactions (as defined herein), the Debtors subsequently withdrew the Omnibus Assumption Motion as it related to the Aircraft. ECF No. 1745. 6

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13. The Amended Aircraft Lease sets forth the commercial terms between the Lessor and the Debtor Lessee. By agreeing to such terms, the Debtors have achieved certainty in maintaining the Aircraft in their fleet on terms that fit the Debtors’ short- and long-term needs and with improved economics and terms and conditions as compared to the existing Aircraft Lease. The Aircraft will come at attractive economics and ownership costs. Moreover, the Lessor and the Debtor Lessee agree that the assumption of the Aircraft Lease on an amended basis, on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease, would not give rise to an obligation to make any cash payment at the time of assumption (other than payments for post-petition obligations of the Debtors to the Lessor) to cure any defaults under the Aircraft Lease under section 365(b)(1)(A) of the Bankruptcy Code. 14. A summary of the principal terms and conditions of the Amended Aircraft Lease is attached hereto as Exhibit B. 15. In conjunction with this transaction, the Debtors seek to resolve any and all prepetition claims (including guaranty claims) against the Debtors relating to the Aircraft belonging to the Claimants in the Chapter 11 Cases. To this end, the parties have agreed that (a) the proof of claim assigned number 603 (the “Grupo Aeroméxico Proof of Claim”) shall be deemed to be a timely filed, allowed general unsecured non-priority claim against the bankruptcy estate of Grupo Aeroméxico in the final amount of US$53,000,000, and (b) the proof of claim assigned number 625 (the “Lessee Proof of Claim” and, together with the Grupo Aeroméxico Proof of Claim, the “Allowed Claims”) shall be deemed to be a timely filed, allowed general unsecured non-priority prepetition claim against the bankruptcy estate of Debtor Lessee in the final amount of US$53,000,000, together on account of all prepetition claims in respect of the Aircraft against the Debtors in the Chapter 11 Cases belonging to the Claimants (the “Claims Settlement” 7

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and, together with the Amended Aircraft Lease, the “Jupiter Transactions”). The amount of the Claims Settlement shall constitute the only prepetition general unsecured claim of the Claimants in respect of the Aircraft allowed in the Chapter 11 Cases. 16. In determining to enter into the Jupiter Transactions, the Debtors consulted with the respective advisors to Apollo Management Holdings, L.P. (on behalf of one or more affiliates and/or funds or separate accounts managed by it and its affiliates (such lenders collectively, the “DIP Lenders”)), the Committee, the Ad Hoc Group of Senior Noteholders,7 and the Ad Hoc Group of Unsecured Claimholders,8 none of which expressed opposition to the relief requested herein. Basis for Relief A. The Court Should Authorize the Assumption of the Aircraft Lease (on an Amended Basis) Under Sections 365(a) and 105(a) of the Bankruptcy Code 17. Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code allows a debtor in possession (with bankruptcy court approval) to maximize the value of its estates by, among other things, assuming executory contracts and unexpired leases. 11 U.S.C. § 365(a); see also NLRB v. Bildisco & Bildisco, 465 U.S. 513, 521 (1984); Orion Pictures Corp. v. Showtime Networks, Inc. (In re Orion Pictures Corp.), 4 F.3d 1095, 1098 (2d Cir. 1993). An executory contract is a “contract under which the obligation of both the bankrupt and the other party to the contract are so far unperformed that the failure of either to complete performance would constitute a material breach excusing performance 7 As used in this Motion, “Ad Hoc Group of Senior Noteholders” refers to the group identified in the Third Amended Verified Statement of the Ad Hoc Group of Senior Noteholders Pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 2019 [ECF No. 1731]. 8 As used in this Motion, “Ad Hoc Group of Unsecured Claimholders” refers to the group identified in the First Amended Verified Statement of the Ad Hoc Group of Unsecured Claimholders Pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 2019 [ECF No. 1733]. 8

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of the other.” Sharon Steel Corp. v. Nat’l Fuel Gas Distribution Corp., 872 F.2d 36, 39 (3d Cir. 1989) (internal citations omitted); see also In re Keren Ltd. P’ship, 225 B.R. 303, 307 (S.D.N.Y. 1997), aff’d, 189 F.3d 86 (2d Cir. 1999) (same). 18. In determining whether to permit a debtor to assume or reject a contract or lease, “the debtor’s interests are paramount.” COR Route 5 Co. v. Penn Traffic Co. (In re Penn Traffic Co.), 524 F.3d. 373, 383 (2d Cir. 2008). Accordingly, the decision to assume or reject an executory contract or unexpired lease is governed by the business judgment rule, which requires that a debtor determine that the requested assumption would be beneficial to its estates. See Grp. of Institutional Invs. v. Chicago, M., St. P. & P. R. Co., 318 U.S. 523, 550 (1943) (finding that the question of assumption “is one of business judgment”); In re Penn Traffic, 524 F.3d at 383; In re Old Carco LLC, 406 B.R. 180, 188 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 2009); In re Helm, 335 B.R. 528, 538 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 2006); In re MF Global Inc., No. 11-2790, 2011 WL 6792758, at *2 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Dec. 20, 2011) (“The assumption or rejection of an executory contract may be approved if such action would benefit the debtor’s estate and is an exercise of sound business judgment.”); Sharon Steel, 872 F.2d at 40. 19. In considering a motion to assume or reject an executory contract or unexpired lease, a debtor “should examine a contract and the surrounding circumstances and apply its best ‘business judgment’ to determine if [assumption] would be beneficial or burdensome to the estate.” In re Orion Pictures Corp., 4 F.3d at 1099; see also In re Klein Sleep Prods., Inc., 78 F.3d 18, 25 (2d Cir. 1996); In re Gucci, 193 B.R. 411, 415 (S.D.N.Y. 1996). A debtor’s decision to assume an executory contract or unexpired lease based on its business judgment will generally not be disturbed absent a showing of “bad faith or abuse of business discretion.” In re Old Carco, 406 B.R. at 188 (quoting In re G Survivor Corp., 171 B.R. 755, 757 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1994), aff’d sub 9

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nom. John Forsyth Co., Inc. v. G Licensing, Ltd., 187 B.R. 111 (S.D.N.Y. 1995)); see also In re MF Global Inc., No. 11-2790, 2011 WL 6792758, at *2 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Dec. 20, 2011) (“The assumption or rejection of an executory contract may be approved if such action would benefit the debtor’s estate and is an exercise of sound business judgment.”); In re Chipwich, Inc., 54 B.R. 427, 430–31 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1985). The party opposing a debtor’s exercise of its business judgment has the burden of rebutting the presumption of validity. See Official Comm. of Subordinated Bondholders v. Integrated Res., Inc. (In re Integrated Res., Inc.), 147 B.R. 650, 656 (S.D.N.Y. 1992), appeal dismissed, 3 F.3d 49 (2d Cir. 1993). 20. Upon finding that the debtor has exercised its sound business judgment in determining that the assumption of a contract or lease is in the best interests of the debtor, its creditors, and all parties in interest, the court should approve the assumption under section 365(a) of the Bankruptcy Code. See, e.g., In re Child World, Inc., 142 B.R. 87, 89 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1992); In re Gucci, 193 B.R. at 417. 21. Moreover, section 105(a) of the Bankruptcy Code confers the Court with broad equitable powers to “issue any order, process, or judgment that is necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this title.” 11 U.S.C. § 105(a). 22. The Debtors respectfully submit that the relief requested herein is fair, equitable, reasonable, and in the best interests of the Debtors’ estates and is, thus, justified under sections 365(a) and 105(a) of the Bankruptcy Code. As described above and in the Landess Declaration, the Debtors are seeking to reset their fleet and attendant costs to a market level. As part of this process, the Debtors are evaluating their fleet of aircraft and equipment, reviewing the relevant underlying leases and agreements, and, to the extent prudent, negotiating amendments to such leases and agreements for aircraft and equipment that the Debtors desire to maintain. In doing so, 10

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the Debtors compared the Aircraft Lease and the Aircraft to available alternatives and ultimately negotiated (at arm’s length, in good faith, and in consultation with their key stakeholders) new economically favorable terms, as memorialized in the Amended Aircraft Lease, that are in line with the Debtors’ long-term business plan. In addition to the improved costs and better terms and conditions as compared to the Aircraft Lease, the Amended Aircraft Lease also will create operational flexibility for the Debtors, as it will allow the Debtors to retain and operate an existing aircraft in their fleet and would position the Debtors to potentially reject other aircraft or equipment that are not as attractive for the long term fleet. Finally, the Debtors have determined (based on the exercise of their sound business judgment) that the terms of the Amended Aircraft Lease represent the best available transaction under the circumstances (i.e., the Chapter 11 Cases), but also would be a commercially beneficial transaction irrespective of such circumstances (and are superior to at least some of their prepetition aircraft leases). 23. In light of the foregoing, the Debtors respectfully submit that the assumption of the Aircraft Lease on an amended basis, on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease, (a) would be the result of the Debtors exercising their sound business judgment in accordance with their fiduciary duties, (b) would be in the best interests of their estates and economic stakeholders, and (c) would further serve to maximize value for the benefit of all creditors. Accordingly, the Debtors respectfully request that the Court authorize, but not direct, the Debtor Lessee to assume the Aircraft Lease on an amended basis on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease and to perform all the obligations thereunder. 11

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B. The Court Should Approve the Claims Settlement Under Bankruptcy Rule 9019 24. By this Motion, the Debtors also seek approval of the Claims Settlement between the Claimants and the Debtors for the allowance of certain claims stemming from the amendment of the Aircraft Lease’s terms and certain guaranties in connection with the Aircraft Lease, while expunging all other claims belonging to the Claimants against the Debtors in the Chapter 11 Cases. 25. A court should exercise its discretion to approve settlements “in light of the general public policy favoring settlements.” In re Hibbard Brown & Co., 217 B.R. 41, 46 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1998). Indeed, courts in this district have made clear that “[a]s a general matter, ‘settlements and compromises are favored in bankruptcy as they minimize costly litigation and further parties’ interests in expediting the administration of the bankruptcy estate.’” In re Republic Airways Holdings, Inc., No. 16-10429 (SHL), 2016 WL 2616717, at *3 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. May 4, 2016) (citing In re Dewey & LeBouef LLP, 478 B.R. 626, 640 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 2012)); see also Motorola, Inc. v. Official Comm. of Unsecured Creditors (In re Iridium Operating LLC), 478 F.3d 452, 455 (2d Cir. 2007). 26. Under Bankruptcy Rule 9019 and governing case law, a court should approve a compromise or settlement where it makes an independent determination that the compromise or settlement is fair and equitable, reasonable, and in the best interests of the debtor’s estate. See, e.g., In re Republic Airways, 2016 WL 2616717 at *3; Air Line Pilots Ass’n, Int’l v. Am. Nat’l Bank & Trust Co. of Chi. (In re Ionosphere Clubs), 156 B.R. 414, 426 (S.D.N.Y. 1993); Nellis v. Shugrue, 165 B.R. 115, 122–23 (S.D.N.Y. 1994). In so doing, a court may consider the opinions of the trustee or debtor in possession that the settlement is fair and equitable. See Nellis, 165 B.R. at 122; In re Purofied Down Prods. Corp., 150 B.R. 519, 522 (S.D.N.Y. 1993). 12

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27. Furthermore, when assessing whether or not to approve a settlement, “the court need not conduct a ‘mini-trial’ to determine the merits of the underlying litigation” nor decide the issues of law or fact raised by the settlement. See In re Purofied Down Prods., 150 B.R. at 522. Instead, a court should “canvass the issues and see whether the settlement fall[s] below the lowest point in the range of reasonableness.” Cosoff v. Rodman (In re W.T. Grant Co.), 699 F.2d 599, 608 (2d Cir. 1983) (alteration in original) (citations omitted). In this regard, courts have found that “[t]he ‘reasonableness’ of [a] settlement depends upon all factors, including probability of success, the length and cost of the litigation, and the extent to which the settlement is truly the product of ‘arms-length’ bargaining, and not fraud or collusion.” In re Ionosphere Clubs, Inc., 156 B.R. at 428. 28. The Debtors respectfully submit that the Claims Settlement satisfies the range of reasonableness test described above. Rather than engage in costly and value-destructive litigation over the Debtor Lessee’s obligations to the Claimants, the amounts of the Claimants’ claims, and any amounts mitigating the quantum of those claims, the parties negotiated a consensual resolution settling on $53,000,000 as the agreed aggregate amount for the Claims Settlement.9 Any efforts by the Debtors, through litigation or otherwise, to resolve such disputes would be time-consuming and expensive, and would delay any distribution to the creditor beneficiaries of the Debtors’ estates. A failure to resolve the matters at issue at this time could negatively impact the Debtors and their estates. The Claims Settlement is the product of arm’s length and good faith bargaining among the separate and independent advisors of the Debtors and the Lessor that will (a) eliminate 9 Pursuant to the Claims Settlement, claims in the aggregate amount of at least $640,093,750.02 will be withdrawn. Furthermore, certain of the Withdrawn Claims (as defined in the Proposed Order) also assert unliquidated amounts. 13

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the need for a costly claims dispute and (b) unlock distributable value for the Debtors’ unsecured creditors by liquidating the Claimants’ prepetition claims against the Debtors. Lastly, a number of the Debtors’ key stakeholders, including the respective advisors to the Committee, the Ad Hoc Group of Senior Noteholders, and the Ad Hoc group of Unsecured Claimholders, have no objection to the relief requested herein. Accordingly, the Debtors respectfully submit that the proposed Claims Settlement is fair and equitable, would be in the best interests of the Debtors’ estates, creditors, and other stakeholders, and should be approved. Notice 29. Notice of this Motion will be provided to the following parties: (a) the entities on the Master Service List (as defined in the Order Establishing Certain Notice, Case Management, and Administrative Procedures [ECF No. 79], which is available on the Debtors’ case website at https://dm.epiq11.com/case/aeromexico/info); (b) the U.S. Trustee; (c) counsel to the Committee; (d) counsel to the DIP Lenders; (e) counsel to the Ad Hoc Group of Senior Noteholders; and (f) any person or entity with a particularized interest in the subject matter of this Motion. The Debtors respectfully submit that no other or further notice is required. No Prior Request 30. No previous request for the relief sought herein has been made by the Debtors to this or any other court. [Remainder of page intentionally left blank] 14

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WHEREFORE, the Debtors respectfully request that the Court grant the relief requested herein and such other and further relief as the Court deems just and proper. Dated: September 24, 2021 New York, New York DAVIS POLK & WARDWELL LLP By: /s/ Timothy Graulich 450 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10017 Telephone: (212) 450-4000 Facsimile: (212) 701-5800 Marshall S. Huebner Timothy Graulich Steven Z. Szanzer Thomas S. Green Counsel to the Debtors and Debtors in Possession 15

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Exhibit A Proposed Order

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK In re: Chapter 11 GRUPO AEROMÉXICO, S.A.B. de C.V., et Case No. 20-11563 (SCC) al., (Jointly Administered) Debtors.1 ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING DEBTOR AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V. TO ASSUME (ON AN AMENDED BASIS) THAT CERTAIN LEASE AGREEMENT AND (II) APPROVING THE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT WITH JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC AND RELATED PARTIES Upon the motion (the “Motion”)2 of the Debtors for entry of an order (this “Order”), (i) authorizing, but not directing, Debtor Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. (the “Debtor Lessee”) to assume the Aircraft Lease on an amended basis on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease (a form of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 1) and (ii) approving the Claims Settlement, each as set forth more fully in the Motion and the Landess Declaration; and the Court having jurisdiction to consider the Motion and the relief requested therein pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157 and 1334 and the Amended Standing Order of Reference M-431, dated January 31, 2012 (Preska, C.J.); and consideration of the Motion and the relief requested therein being a core proceeding under 28 U.S.C. § 157(b); and venue of the Chapter 11 Cases and related proceedings being proper in this district pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409; and due and proper notice 1 The Debtors in these cases, along with each Debtor’s registration number in the applicable jurisdiction, are as follows: Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. 286676; Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. 108984; Aerolitoral, S.A. de C.V. 217315; and Aerovías Empresa de Cargo, S.A. de C.V. 437094-1. The Debtors’ corporate headquarters is located at Paseo de la Reforma No. 243, piso 25 Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, C.P. 06500. 2 Capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed to them in the Motion.

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of the Motion having been provided to the notice parties identified in the Motion; such notice having been adequate and appropriate under the circumstances, and it appearing that no other or further notice need be provided; and the Court having reviewed the Motion [and held a hearing to consider the relief requested in the Motion on October 14, 2021 (the “Hearing”)]; and upon [the record of the Hearing, and upon] all of the proceedings had before the Court; and after due deliberation the Court having determined that the legal and factual bases set forth in the Motion establish just cause for the relief granted herein; and the Court having found that the relief granted herein is in the best interests of the Debtors, their creditors, and all other parties in interest; and after due deliberation and sufficient cause appearing therefor, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT: 1. The Motion is granted to the extent set forth herein. 2. The Debtors are authorized (but not directed) to assume the Aircraft Lease on an amended basis on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease. The Aircraft Lease, as amended on terms substantially consistent with those set forth in the Amended Aircraft Lease, shall be deemed assumed by the Debtors upon the effectiveness of the Amended Aircraft Lease in accordance with its terms and, upon such effectiveness, the Amended Aircraft Lease shall be in full force and effect and the Debtor Lessee shall be obligated to perform all of its obligations thereunder without the need for further notice or action by the Debtor Lessee or the Lessor or a further order of the Court.

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3. The Debtors are authorized (but not directed) to enter into, and perform their obligations under, all exhibits, addenda, and other agreements contemplated by the Amended Aircraft Lease, without further approval of the Court. 4. The Debtors and the Lessor are authorized (but not directed) to execute, deliver, provide, implement, and fully perform any and all obligations, instruments, and papers provided for or contemplated in the Amended Aircraft Lease and to take any and all actions to implement the Amended Aircraft Lease. 5. From and after the effective date of the Amended Aircraft Lease, the obligations thereunder shall constitute administrative expenses of the Debtor Lessee’s estate pursuant to section 503(b)(1) and 507(a)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code. 6. The Debtor Lessee shall pay $0.00 to the Lessor (inclusive of its affiliates) in satisfaction of its obligation to cure any prepetition defaults under the Aircraft Lease in accordance with section 365(b)(1)(A) of the Bankruptcy Code. 7. The Claims Settlement is (a) integral and necessary to the Jupiter Transactions, (b) supported by reasonable consideration, (c) fair and equitable and in the best interest of the Debtors’ estates, and (d) permitted by the Bankruptcy Code, and thus, is hereby approved pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 9019(a) and shall be binding on the Debtors, the Lessor, the Claimants, and their affiliates. 8. In accordance with the Claims Settlement, the following non-priority, general unsecured claims shall be allowed against the Debtors listed below in the amounts listed below in the Chapter 11 Cases (or any subsequent chapter 7 case in the event of conversion) (collectively, the “Allowed Claims”):

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Table 1 on page 24. Back to List of Tables
Claim
Number
Claimant Debtor Treatment Allowed Claim
Amount
625 NBB Loreto Lease
Co., Ltd.
Aerovías de
México, S.A. de
C.V.
Allowed $53,000,000
603 NBB Loreto Lease
Co., Ltd.
Grupo
Aeroméxico,
S.A.B. de C.V.
Allowed $53,000,000
For the avoidance of doubt, the amounts of the Claims Settlement shall constitute the only prepetition general unsecured claims belonging to the Claimants relating to the Aircraft allowed in the Chapter 11 Cases; provided, however, that the Claimants may recover from the Debtor Lessee and Grupo Aeroméxico until they have received payment in full on account of the Allowed Claims, but, for the avoidance of doubt, the Claimants (a) shall only be entitled to recover up to the aggregate amount of $53,000,000 on account of the Allowed Claims, (b) shall not be entitled to receive duplicative distributions from multiple Debtors on account of the Allowed Claims aggregating to more than $53,000,000, and (c) shall return any such duplicative excess distributions to the applicable Debtor if received. 9. In accordance with the Claims Settlement, all other claims against the Debtors relating to the Aircraft belonging to any of the Claimants in the Chapter 11 Cases are hereby deemed withdrawn (collectively, the “Withdrawn Claims”), including, without limitation, the following claims:
Table 2 on page 24. Back to List of Tables
Claim
Number
Claimant Debtor Treatment
576 Natixis, New York
Branch
Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. Withdrawn
579 Natixis, New York
Branch
Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Withdrawn
580 Natixis Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Withdrawn

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Table 1 on page 25. Back to List of Tables
581 Crédit Industriel et
Commercial, New York
Branch
Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Withdrawn
587 Development Bank of
Japan
Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Withdrawn
620 BBAM Aircraft
Management LP
Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Withdrawn
621 Namura Babcock &
Brown Co., Ltd.
Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Withdrawn
10. The Allowed Claims shall be automatically allowed, and the Withdrawn Claim of each Claimant shall be automatically withdrawn, upon the effectiveness of the Amended Aircraft Lease, and no further notice or action shall be required of the Lessor, any other Claimant, or the Debtors to effectuate the allowance or withdrawal, as applicable, of such claims upon such occurrence. From and after the effective date of the Amended Aircraft Lease, Epiq Corporate Restructuring, LLC is authorized to update the claims register to reflect the terms of this Order, including, among other things, reflecting the allowance of the Allowed Claims and the withdrawal of the Withdrawn Claims as set forth in this Order. 11. The Claimants holding Allowed Claims shall support a Complying Plan3 proposed by the Debtors, including, without limitation, by voting in favor of a Complying Plan. The obligations under this Order, including, without limitation, the obligation to vote their Allowed Claims in favor of a Complying Plan, shall be binding on the Debtors, the Claimants (and their respective affiliates), any successor or assignee, or the transferee of the Allowed Claims (or any portion thereof). 3 A chapter 11 plan shall be deemed a “Complying Plan” if it treats the Allowed Claims (a) as allowed general unsecured non-priority claims not subject to reconsideration under section 502 of the Bankruptcy Code and (b) no worse than the non-priority unsecured claims of any other aircraft or engine lessor whose claims run solely against the applicable Debtor (other than de minimis “convenience class” claims).

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12. The Debtors are authorized to take, or refrain from taking, any action necessary or appropriate to implement and effectuate the terms of, and the relief granted in, this Order without seeking further order of the Court. 13. Notwithstanding any subsequent appointment of any trustee(s) under any chapter of the Bankruptcy Code, this Order shall be binding in all respects upon, and shall inure to the benefit of, the Debtors, their estates, their creditors, their respective affiliates, successors, and assigns, and any affected third parties, including, but not limited to, the Lessor and all other persons asserting interests in the Aircraft. 14. While the above referenced Chapter 11 Cases are pending, this Court shall retain exclusive jurisdiction over any and all matters arising from or related to the implementation, interpretation, and enforcement of this Order and the Amended Aircraft Lease. Dated: ________________, 2021 New York, New York THE HONORABLE SHELLEY C. CHAPMAN UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE

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Exhibit 1 Amended Aircraft Lease

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DATED AS OF [●], 2021 JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC as Lessor and AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V. as Lessee AMENDED AND RESTATED AIRCRAFT OPERATING LEASE AGREEMENT RELATING TO THE LEASING OF ONE BOEING 787-9 MODEL AIRCRAFT MSN 43859 EQUIPPED WITH TWO GENX-1B74/75 ENGINES

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CONTENTS Clause Page 1. Interpretation .................................................................................................................................... 1 2. Agreement to Lease ......................................................................................................................... 1 3. Delivery ........................................................................................................................................... 1 4. Termination Date ............................................................................................................................. 2 5. Rent .................................................................................................................................................. 2 6. [Reserved] ........................................................................................................................................ 3 7. Payments .......................................................................................................................................... 3 8. Lessor Covenants ............................................................................................................................. 6 9. Lessee Covenants ............................................................................................................................. 7 10. Possession and Subleasing ............................................................................................................. 15 11. Technical Reporting, Aircraft Documents, Inspection, Maintenance and Repair ......................... 19 12. Replacement and Interchange of Engines and Parts ...................................................................... 23 13. Manufacturer’s Warranties ............................................................................................................ 28 14. Indemnities ..................................................................................................................................... 28 15. Insurance ........................................................................................................................................ 31 16. Loss, Damage and Requisition ...................................................................................................... 34 17. Disclaimers .................................................................................................................................... 36 18. Redelivery; Purchase Option ......................................................................................................... 38 19. Events of Default ........................................................................................................................... 42 20. Taxation ......................................................................................................................................... 48 21. Assignment and Transfer ............................................................................................................... 55 22. Miscellaneous Provisions ............................................................................................................... 58 23. Notices; Electronic Signatures ....................................................................................................... 64 24. Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Waiver of Jury Trial ................................................................. 65 Schedule 1 Definitions and Construction .................................................................................................... 71 Schedule 2 Representations and Warranties ............................................................................................... 85 Schedule 3 Conditions Precedent and Post-Closing Matters ...................................................................... 88 Schedule 4 Financial Terms Annex (Confidential) ..................................................................................... 92 Schedule 5 Insurance Requirements ........................................................................................................... 97 Schedule 6 Description of Aircraft ........................................................................................................... 101 Schedule 7 Aircraft Documents at Redelivery .......................................................................................... 102 Schedule 8 Redelivery Conditions ............................................................................................................ 110 Schedule 9 Form of Lease Commencement Date Confirmation .............................................................. 114

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Schedule 10 [NOT USED] ........................................................................................................................ 116 Schedule 11 [NOT USED] ........................................................................................................................ 117 Schedule 12 [NOT USED] ........................................................................................................................ 118 Schedule 13 [NOT USED] ........................................................................................................................ 119 Schedule 14 [NOT USED] ........................................................................................................................ 120 Schedule 15 Form of Redelivery Acceptance Certificate ......................................................................... 121 Schedule 16 Form of Maintenance Status Report ..................................................................................... 124 Schedule 17 Form of Technical Report .................................................................................................... 126

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AMENDED AND RESTATED AIRCRAFT OPERATING LEASE AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made as of [●], 2021 BETWEEN: JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC, a limited liability company organised and existing under the laws of [●] and having its principal office at [●] (“Lessor”);1 and AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V., a company organized and existing under the Laws of the United Mexican States and having its principal office at Paseo de la Reforma, No. 243, Piso 25, Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Alcaldía Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, 06500, Mexico (“Lessee”). It is agreed as follows: 1. INTERPRETATION 1.1 Definitions In this Agreement, unless the context otherwise requires, capitalized words and expressions shall have the respective meanings given to them in Clause 1 (Defined Terms) of Schedule 1 (Definitions and Construction). 1.2 Construction The conventions on construction and usage set out in Clause 2 (Construction and Usage) of Schedule 1 (Definitions and Construction) shall apply to this Agreement. 1.3 Clauses and Schedules References in this Agreement to clauses or schedules are, unless otherwise specified, references to clauses of and schedules to this Agreement and together the clauses and schedules shall constitute this Agreement. Certain provisions including conditions precedent and representations and warranties have been placed in the schedules and shall take effect as part of this Agreement. 2. AGREEMENT TO LEASE Subject to and in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Lessor agrees to lease the Aircraft to Lessee and Lessee agrees to take the Aircraft on lease from Lessor for the Term. Lessor and Lessee have previously entered into an Aircraft Operating Lease Agreement dated as of September 23, 2016 (the “Prior Lease”) in respect of the Aircraft. The parties acknowledge and agree that this Agreement amends and restates the Prior Lease in its entirety. 3. DELIVERY 3.1 Delivery and Acceptance It is acknowledged by Lessee that the Aircraft was delivered to and accepted by Lessee under the Prior Lease on the Original Delivery Date and is currently in the possession of Lessee and no physical delivery of the Aircraft by Lessor to Lessee will be required at Lease Commencement Date. It is further acknowledged by Lessee that the Aircraft has been in the possession and 1 Note to Draft: BBAM to confirm.

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operation of Lessee and that, subject to satisfaction of the conditions precedent set forth in Clause 1 (Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessee) and Clause 3 (Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessor) of Schedule 3 (Conditions Precedent), Lessor shall lease the Aircraft to Lessee and Lessee shall have no right to reject the Aircraft under this Agreement due to any defects or deficiencies in its condition on the Lease Commencement Date. Without prejudice to Clause 3 (Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessor) of Schedule 3 (Conditions Precedent), execution of the Lease Commencement Date Confirmation by Lessee shall constitute conclusive proof as between Lessor and Lessee that Lessee has irrevocably and unconditionally accepted the Aircraft under this Agreement without any reservations or exceptions whatsoever. 3.2 Risk Throughout the Term, Lessee shall be responsible for all risks associated with or relating to the Aircraft, including for any loss of or damage to the Aircraft. In recognition of the foregoing, and notwithstanding Lessor’s rights under this Agreement, Lessee acknowledges and agrees that, as between Lessor and Lessee, Lessee (a) is in sole operational control of the Aircraft and is in the business of operating commercial aircraft, (b) is solely responsible for the condition, inspection, maintenance, repair, oversight, operation and security of the Aircraft and compliance with all requirements of applicable Regulations, and (c) has not relied upon, and shall not rely upon, any statement, act, or omission of Lessor in connection with the use, operation, maintenance, repair, condition or security of the Aircraft, except as may be agreed by Lessor. 4. TERMINATION DATE The Termination Date shall be the Expiry Date, provided that: (a) if Lessor, acting in accordance with Clause 19.2 (Lessor’s Rights) of this Agreement, terminates or cancels the leasing of the Aircraft to Lessee under this Agreement, the date of such termination or cancellation shall be the Termination Date and Clause 19.2 (Lessor’s Rights) shall apply; (b) if the Aircraft or the Airframe suffers a Total Loss, the Termination Date shall be the date when Lessor receives the full amount of the Agreed Value; provided that Lessee shall still be obligated to pay to Lessor all other amounts then due and payable under the Operative Documents; (c) if the period referred to in clause (d) of the definition of Total Loss extends beyond the Expiry Date, the last day of such period shall be the Termination Date; (d) if the Term is extended pursuant to Clause 18.2 (Non-Compliance), the Termination Date shall be the date on which the Aircraft is redelivered to Lessor pursuant to such Clause; and (e) if the leasing of the Aircraft is terminated in accordance with Clause 19.5 (Illegality), the date of such termination shall be the Termination Date. In any event, Rent shall continue to accrue and be payable until the Termination Date or until the Redelivery Date (in accordance with Clause 18.1(d) (Redelivery)), unless otherwise agreed herein. 5. RENT 5.1 Fixed Rent Periods (a) The Term shall be divided into (i) an initial PBH Period in respect of which PBH Rent

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shall accrue and be payable and (ii) after the PBH Period, successive periods (each a “Fixed Rent Period”) in respect of which Fixed Rent shall accrue and be payable monthly. (b) The first Fixed Rent Period shall commence on the date immediately following the PBH Period (the “Transition Date”) and each subsequent Fixed Rent Period shall commence on the date immediately following the last day of the previous Fixed Rent Period. (c) Each Fixed Rent Period shall be of one (1) month’s duration except that (i) if the Transition Date does not occur on the first (1st) day of a calendar month, then the first Fixed Rent Period shall be from the date of such Transition Date until the date immediately preceding the next Fixed Rent Date, and (ii) with respect to the final Fixed Rent Period, if it would not otherwise end on the Expiry Date, it shall end on the Expiry Date. 5.2 PBH Period (a) The PBH Rent shall be paid from the Lease Commencement Date until the earlier of (i) [REDACTED] and (ii) [REDACTED], as set forth in Clause 7 (Aeromexico Historical Utilization for 787-9) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex (the “PBH Period”). (b) For each calendar month (or part thereof) during the PBH Period during the Term, Lessee will provide a utilization report to Lessor by the [REDACTED] day of the immediately succeeding [REDACTED] day of such calendar month [REDACTED] Business Days after [REDACTED] (the “PBH Rent Date”). 5.3 Rent Date (a) During the PBH Period, Lessee shall pay the PBH Rent to Lessor in [REDACTED] on each PBH Rent Date. (b) Other than during the PBH Period, during the Term, Lessee shall pay Fixed Rent to Lessor monthly in advance on each Fixed Rent Date. 5.4 Rent (a) Fixed Rent payable in respect of each Fixed Rent Period shall be the amount set forth in Clause 1 (Base Lease Term and Rent) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex. (b) PBH Rent payable in respect of the PBH Period shall be calculated as set forth in Clause 1 (Base Lease Term and Rent) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex. (c) If any Fixed Rent Period has a duration of less than a month, the Fixed Rent payable for that Fixed Rent Period shall be prorated by multiplying the amount of the Fixed Rent for that Fixed Rent Period by a fraction the numerator of which is the number of days in that Fixed Rent Period and the denominator of which is thirty (30). 6. [RESERVED] 7. PAYMENTS 7.1 Account for Lessee Payments All payments by Lessee to Lessor under the Operative Documents will be made for value on the due date in Dollars in immediately available funds by SWIFT or wire transfer to the account set out below or to such other account as Lessor may from time to time notify Lessee in writing five

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(5) Business Days prior to a date for a payment hereunder; provided that the payment and/or indemnity obligations of Lessee under the Operative Documents, measured as of the date any such change is effective, shall not be increased solely as a result of the designation of such other account: Bank: [●] Account No: [●] Swift Code: [●] ABA: [●] CR: [●] Reference: [●]2 7.2 Default Interest If any party hereto fails to pay any amount payable under this Agreement on the due date, such party shall pay to the other party on demand from time to time interest at the Default Rate (both before and after judgment) on that amount, from the due date to the date of payment in full. All such interest will be compounded monthly and calculated on the basis of the actual number of days elapsed in the month and assuming a thirty (30) day month and a three hundred sixty (360) day year. 7.3 Absolute Obligations (a) This Agreement is a net lease. Lessee’s obligations to pay Rent, Redelivery Maintenance Payments (if any), Purchase Option Price (if applicable) and Agreed Value and to perform any of its other obligations pursuant to this Agreement are absolute and unconditional and shall be paid and performed in full when due without reduction, deduction, set-off, recoupment, claim or counter claim, and Lessor shall have all of the rights and benefits of a lessor under a lease to which Section 2A-407 of the UCC applies as provided therein. Lessee may not regard its obligations as cancelled, terminated, suspended, reduced or altered (and waives to the greatest extent permitted by applicable Laws any rights which it may have at any time to cancel, terminate, suspend, reduce or alter such obligations) by reason of any contingency or circumstance whatsoever, including (but not limited to): (i) any right of set-off, counterclaim, recoupment, reduction, reimbursement, claim, defense or other right which Lessee may have against Lessor, any Indemnitee, the Manufacturer, any other vendor, or against any other Person; (ii) any unavailability of the Aircraft for any reason (including, without limitation, a requisition thereof not constituting a Total Loss) or interruption of or interference with Lessee’s use, operation or possession of the Aircraft; (iii) any lack or invalidity of title or any other defect in title, airworthiness, condition, design, operation of or use of the Aircraft, merchantability, fitness for any purpose, registration of the Aircraft under the laws of the relevant jurisdiction, or the Total Loss of, or any damage (not constituting a Total Loss) to or destruction of the 2 Note to Draft: BBAM to confirm.

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Aircraft; (iv) any insolvency, bankruptcy, reorganization, arrangement, readjustment of debt, dissolution, liquidation or similar proceedings by or against Lessor or Lessee or any other Person; (v) any invalidity or unenforceability of or lack of due authorisation of or other defect in this Agreement or any other Operative Document; (vi) any failure or delay on the part of any party hereto or any Lessor Party or any Financing Party duly to perform or comply with its obligations under this Agreement or any Operative Document; and, (vii) any other cause or circumstance which but for this provision would or might otherwise have the effect of terminating, canceling, suspending, abating, reducing, deferring or in any way affecting any obligation of Lessee under this Agreement, including to lease the Aircraft or pay Rent. Lessee acknowledges and agrees that it has used its own judgment in selecting the Aircraft, and has not relied on Lessor or on any information supplied by Lessor, and that Lessor is not a manufacturer of or dealer in aircraft. (b) Each payment of Rent made by Lessee shall be final. (c) The provisions of this Clause 7.3 shall not be construed to limit Lessee’s right to institute separate legal proceedings for direct damages or otherwise pursue remedies for direct damages against Lessor in the event of Lessor’s breach of the terms of this Agreement or to limit Lessee’s rights and remedies against any other Person. 7.4 Currency of Payments; Currency Indemnity (a) Except as set forth in the proviso below, all payments hereunder shall be made in US Dollars in immediately available funds on the due date for payment; provided that any amount Lessee is obligated to pay hereunder as an indemnity or reimbursement shall be paid in the currency specified by the recipient thereof. (b) If, under any applicable Law, whether as a result of a judgment or the liquidation of a party or for any other reason, any payment under or in connection with the Operative Documents is made or is recovered in a currency (the “other currency”) other than the currency (the “contractual currency”) in which it is payable pursuant to the Operative Documents then, to the extent that the payment (when converted into the contractual currency at the rate of exchange on the date of payment or, in the case of a liquidation, the latest date for the determination of liabilities permitted by the applicable Law) falls short of the amount unpaid under the Operative Documents, the payor shall as a separate and independent obligation, fully indemnify the party entitled to receive such payment against the amount of the shortfall. (c) Lessee shall indemnify Lessor and any other person entitled to such payment as an independent obligation against any loss or liability arising out of or as a result of the conversion. (d) Lessee shall pay on an after-Tax basis to Lessor and any other person entitled to such payment, any exchange costs and Taxes payable in connection with such conversion. (e) For the purposes of this Clause 7.4(a), “rate of exchange” means the rate at which the

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payor is able on the relevant date to purchase the contractual currency in New York with the other currency. (f) Each party waives any right it may have in any jurisdiction to pay any amount under any Operative Document in a currency other than that in which such amount is expressed to be payable. 7.5 Authorisations for Payments; Application of Payments by Lessor (a) Lessee shall obtain or procure that there are obtained all certificates, licences, permits and other authorisations that are from time to time required for the making of the payments required by each Operative Document on the date and in the amounts and currency that are stipulated herein and therein, and shall maintain the same or procure that the same are maintained in full force and effect for so long as the same shall be required. (b) If any sum paid to Lessor or recovered by Lessor in respect of the liabilities of Lessee under this Agreement is less than the amount then due, Lessor may apply that sum to amounts that are then due from Lessee under the Operative Documents in such proportions and order and generally in such manner as Lessor may determine in its reasonable discretion. 7.6 Lessor’s Determination of Amounts Due Any certificate or determination by Lessor as to any rate of interest or as to any other amount payable under this Agreement shall, in the absence of manifest error, be prima facie evidence of the amount so payable. 7.7 Retention of Certain Payments Any amount referred to in any Operative Document which is payable to or retainable by Lessee shall not be paid to or retained by Lessee at any time when a Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing, but instead such amount shall be paid to or held by Lessor as security to be held and applied in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. At such time as there shall not be continuing any Event of Default, such amount shall be paid to Lessee to the extent not applied in accordance with the preceding sentence. Where Lessor would, but for this Clause 7.8 or any similar provision, be obliged to make any payment to Lessee, Lessor may elect to make such payment but shall be entitled to deduct or withhold from such payment any amount then due and payable under the Operative Documents with prior electronic or written notice to Lessee. 7.8 Invoices Lessor shall provide Lessee with an electronic or paper invoice and supporting documentation before any payment to be made by Lessee to Lessor under the Operative Documents is due (including with respect to the payment of Rent), but failure to issue an invoice or the non-receipt of any such invoice shall not affect Lessee’s obligation to make such payment. 8. LESSOR COVENANTS 8.1 Quiet Enjoyment Lessor agrees that, provided no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing and provided that this Agreement shall not have been otherwise terminated, none of Lessor, any other Lessor Party and any Person claiming by, through or under it or any other Lessor Party (including any Financing Party) shall take or cause to be taken any action to interfere with Lessee’s or any Permitted

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Sublessee’s right to use, possession and quiet enjoyment of the Aircraft. The foregoing shall not, however, prevent Lessor, or its successors, assigns and transferees, from exercising any rights or remedies under the Operative Documents. 8.2 Lessor Obligations following Termination Date Lessor shall within five (5) Business Days after the Termination Date return to Lessee a portion of any Rent paid to Lessor to the extent such portion is attributable to the period falling after, but excluding, the Termination Date; provided that (a) Lessor shall not be obliged to pay any such amount to Lessee for so long as any obligation or amount owed and payable by Lessee under any Operative Document then falling due for performance or payment has not been fully discharged or performed; (b) in the event Lessee is required to pay the Redelivery Maintenance Payment, Lessee may elect to set-off the amount of any Rent then held by Lessor against the Redelivery Maintenance Payment; (c) if any Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, Lessor may hold and apply any such amounts in or toward the cure of such Event of Default and, at such time as no Event of Default is in existence, shall pay the unapplied portion thereof, if any, to Lessee; and (d) in the event Lessee is required to pay the Purchase Option Price, Lessee may elect to set-off the amount of any Rent then held by Lessor against the Purchase Option Price. 8.3 Lessor Obligations regarding Tax Information Lessor shall provide to Lessee the information described in Clause 20.6(c) (Information regarding Taxes), as and when required pursuant to such Clause. 8.4 Lessor Obligations Regarding AD Cost Sharing Subject to Clause 7.8 (Retention of Certain Payments) and Clause 22.5 (Set-off) and provided no event mentioned in Clause 19.1(a) (Non-payment) shall have occurred and be continuing, if Lessee performs an Airworthiness Directive on the Aircraft on a terminating action basis (or to the highest level of compliance available) prior to the expiration of the Term and the cost of performing such Airworthiness Directive on the Aircraft exceeds US$[REDACTED], Lessor shall, promptly following receipt of an invoice and documentation supporting the cost of performing such Airworthiness Directives on the Aircraft, reimburse Lessee for a portion of such cost determined in accordance with the formula set forth in Clause 5 (AD Cost Sharing) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex. 9. LESSEE COVENANTS 9.1 Performance (a) Lessee shall perform and comply with its undertakings, covenants and other agreements in this Agreement at all times during the Term. Lessee shall procure that no person (other than a Lessor Party) will act in any manner inconsistent with Lessee’s obligations hereunder. All such undertakings, covenants and agreements shall be performed at Lessee’s expense except where this Agreement expressly provides otherwise. (b) Lessee shall remain liable to Lessor for all of Lessee’s obligations and liabilities under this Agreement notwithstanding any delegation by Lessee to another Person of any such obligations or liabilities or any reliance by Lessee on another Person to perform or discharge any such obligations or liabilities, whether or not such delegation or reliance is permitted or contemplated by this Agreement (including any Permitted Sublessee and the related sublease under Clause 10.3 (Subleasing)); provided that to the extent any such obligation or liability is actually performed or discharged by such other Person on Lessee’s behalf, such performance or discharge shall constitute performance or discharge

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of the corresponding obligation or liability of Lessee. (c) Lessee will cause any Post-Closing Authorizations and Filings to be made or obtained as provided in the definition of such term and by the deadline provided in Clause 5 (Post-Closing Matters) of Schedule 3 (Conditions Precedent and Post-Closing Matters). 9.2 Information – General and Financial Lessee shall: (a) furnish to Lessor: (i) by making the same available on its website or directly to Lessor if not posted on its website, no later than [REDACTED] days after the last day of each financial year of Lessee, its audited consolidated balance sheet and cash flow statement as of such day and its audited consolidated profit and loss statement for the year ending on such day in each case, (A) together with all notes, (B) in English, (C) in accordance with the Financial Information Norms or generally accepted accounting principles and practices in the State of Incorporation consistently applied, (D) prepared by independent, certified public accountants, (E) will fairly and accurately present the financial position of Lessee as at date as of which they were prepared and the results of the operations of Lessee for such financial period, and (F) will disclose all material liabilities, actual or contingent, of Lessee; and (ii) within [REDACTED] days after the end of each financial quarter, its consolidated management accounts (in Mexican Pesos and including a profit and loss account and balance sheet) in English prepared for such financial quarter; (iii) to the extent that Lessee is permitted by applicable Law and is not bound by confidentiality undertakings to third parties, promptly such other information concerning the business or financial affairs of Lessee as Lessor may from time to time reasonably request including with respect to the satisfaction of each Lessor Party’s diligence and “know your customer” requirements and compliance by each Lessor Party with all Trade Laws, KYC Laws and internal procedures in respect thereof; provided, however, that under no circumstances shall Lessee be required to provide Lessor with financial or operational forecasts; (b) promptly notify Lessor of the occurrence of any Total Loss or of any loss, theft, damage, destruction or event which is likely to result in potential repairs or a claim under the Insurances in excess of the Damage Notification Threshold; (c) immediately notify Lessor if Lessee becomes aware of the occurrence of an Event of Default and of any other event or circumstance that might have a material adverse effect on its financial condition, business operations, assets or prospects or a material adverse effect on its ability to perform any of its obligations under the Operative Documents, taking into account all other obligations that Lessee must observe or perform at that time, and shall provide Lessor with full detail of any steps that Lessee is taking, or proposes to take, to remedy or mitigate the effect of the Event of Default or such other event or circumstance; (d) upon written request by Lessor, provide to a potential assignee or transferee of Lessor’s rights in the Aircraft or any Operative Document or to a Financing Party a certificate

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containing representations as to: (i) the truth and accuracy of the representations and warranties set forth in Clause 1 (Lessee’s Representations and Warranties) of Schedule 2 (Representations and Warranties) as of the date of such certificate; (ii) payment of Rent; (iii) whether Lessor is in breach of any term or condition contained in this Agreement or any other Operative Document; (iv) whether the Aircraft or any Engine is subject to any sublease or requisition, confiscation or condemnation; and (v) whether Lessee has exercised the Purchase Option Offer; and (e) promptly provide Lessor with copies of such reports, notices, financial statements, correspondence and other documentation and information which are to be provided to or by any sublessee pursuant to its sublease as Lessor may from time to time reasonably request or which relate to any breach of, or default under, the sublease. 9.3 Operation of the Aircraft Lessee shall: (a) operate the Aircraft solely for commercial passenger operations; (b) not use or operate the Aircraft in violation of or contrary to any Regulation applicable to it or the Aircraft (provided that the foregoing shall not prohibit Lessee from operating the Aircraft temporarily in any manner or location in the event of an emergency) and will comply and procure compliance with all laws in force in any country or jurisdiction and any carriage regulations or restrictions from time to time issued by IATA which may then be applicable to (i) the Aircraft (including laws mandating insurance coverage) or (ii) so far as concerns the use, maintenance and operation of the Aircraft, an owner or operator thereof, and will procure that the Aircraft is not used for any illegal purpose or any illegal manner; (c) not knowingly permit any items to be on or transported by the Aircraft if it is prohibited by any Regulation for such item to be on or transported by the Aircraft and will procure that the Aircraft is not used for the carriage of any item or substance whose possession or carriage is illegal under any Trade Laws; (d) not use or operate the Aircraft for any purpose for which the Aircraft is not designed or for any purpose other than primarily in passenger service in passenger configuration, or in a manner inconsistent with the Manufacturers’ manuals or the Aviation Authority directives; (e) not use the Aircraft for purposes of training, qualifying or re-confirming the status of cockpit personnel except for the benefit of Lessee’s cockpit personnel, and then only if the use of the Aircraft for such purpose is not disproportionate to the use for such purpose of other aircraft of the same or similar type operated by Lessee in any twelve (12) month period; (f) not use or operate the Aircraft or suffer or permit the Aircraft to be used or operated in any manner when the Insurances are not in full force and effect, and not use, operate or

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locate the Aircraft or suffer or permit the Aircraft to be used, operated or located in any manner not covered by the Insurances or in any area excluded from coverage by the Insurances (and without limiting the foregoing, Lessee will not use, operate or locate the Aircraft or permit it to be used, operated or located in any area of recognized or threatened hostilities when the war risk Insurances are not in full force and effect and applicable thereto); provided that the foregoing shall not prohibit Lessee from operating the Aircraft temporarily in any such locations in the event of an emergency situation; and (g) not operate, maintain, modify, insure or deal with the Aircraft or any Engine or Part in a manner which adversely discriminates against the Aircraft or such Engine or Part, when compared with the manner in which Lessee operates, maintains, modifies, insures or deals with similar aircraft, engines or parts in Lessee’s fleet. 9.4 General Covenants, Compliance and Outgoings Lessee shall: (a) at all times during the Term maintain (i) its business as a commercial scheduled air carrier; (ii) its corporate existence (except as permitted by Clause 9.7 (Lessee Existence)); and (iii) in full force and effect, all consents, licenses, authorizations, approvals, permits, rights and privileges material to its business or to the performance of its obligations under this Agreement; (b) comply with all Regulations required for the making of payments, and the performance by Lessee of its other obligations under this Agreement and the Operative Documents; (c) not cause or permit the Aircraft to proceed to, or remain at, any location in an Excluded Country, except on a temporary basis in the event of an emergency situation, unless the same are permitted pursuant to applicable consents, exemptions or licenses which have been obtained or apply in respect thereof; (d) promptly pay or cause to be paid when due (i) all license, registration, navigation and airport fees and charges assessed and demanded by any Government Entity and/or any other air navigation authority in accordance with applicable Regulations relating to the Aircraft and (ii) all costs, expenses, charges, fees (including, without limitation, license and registration fees), Taxes and other outgoings related to the operation, storage, maintenance, leasing or registration of the Aircraft, which in either case if not paid when due could result in a Security Interest which is not a Permitted Lien being imposed on the Aircraft; (e) comply with all applicable Laws concerning security measures to protect the Aircraft and its passengers from theft, destruction, hijacking, bombing or other acts of terrorism; and (f) comply with all Trade Laws and KYC Laws and shall not, in violation of applicable Trade Laws or in a manner that may cause any Lessor Party or Financing Party to be in breach of Trade Laws, including engaging in any sublease or wet lease of the Aircraft or permit any sublease or wet lease of the Aircraft to or for the benefit of Prohibited Persons. Without limiting the foregoing, Lessee shall not, and shall not permit the, export, re-export or divert the Aircraft or the Engines in violation of any Trade Laws. Lessee shall obtain and maintain in full force all certificates, licenses, permits and authorizations from time to time required for the use and operation of the Aircraft and for the making of payments required by and the performance of its obligations under this Agreement and the other

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Operative Documents. 9.5 Registration and Protection (a) Lessee shall to the greatest extent permitted by applicable Law and at its own cost and expense (unless otherwise expressly set forth herein) and subject to Lessee’s receipt from Lessor of any documentation required by the Aviation Authority or any applicable Regulation (provided always that Lessee shall request such necessary documentation from Lessor in a timely manner): (i) so long as Lessor continues to be eligible for such registration, keep the Aircraft registered with the AFAC in the name of Lessor as owner thereof and not take or permit any action contrary to the continued registration of the Aircraft with the AFAC in the name of Lessor other than (A) with Lessor’s prior written approval which will not be unreasonably withheld or (B) in connection with a sublease of the Aircraft to a Permitted Sublessee; (ii) subject to Clause 9.5(a)(iii), cooperate with Lessor in relation to the registration and recordation with the AFAC and any other relevant public record (or as required to comply with the Cape Town Convention or the Geneva Convention where applicable) of (A) the Aircraft and this Agreement (or particulars thereof) and/or (B) the interest of Lessor as owner and lessor and, at Lessor’s cost, the rights of any Financing Parties having a Security Interest in respect of the Aircraft or this Agreement (as the case may be) on such public record; (iii) cause any supplements and amendments to be promptly filed and recorded with the AFAC and any other relevant public record (or as required to comply with the Cape Town Convention or the Geneva Convention where applicable); and (iv) at Lessor’s cost make and cooperate with Lessor in relation to the making of any changes to the registrations referred to in Clauses 9.5(a)(i), (ii) or (iii) as may be necessary or advisable (and are consistent with the provisions of this Agreement) to take account of any change permitted by this Agreement in ownership of the Aircraft any Engine or Part (including any permanent replacement of any Engine or Part) or any change in the financing of the Aircraft. (b) Lessee shall not without the prior written consent of Lessor change the State of Registration other than as permitted pursuant to Clause 9.5(a)(i) and, following the termination of any sublease of the Aircraft during which the Aircraft is registered in a jurisdiction other than Mexico, Lessee shall also have the right without Lessor consent to re-register the Aircraft with the AFAC in the name of Lessor as owner. For the avoidance of doubt, Lessee shall not have the right to register the Aircraft with any other Aviation Authority without Lessor’s prior written consent following the termination of any sublease. (c) Lessee shall from time to time, do or cause to be done any and all acts and things which may be required or desirable (in the discretion of Lessor acting reasonably, but in each case consistent with the provisions of this Agreement and the other Operative Documents to which Lessee is a party) which are requested in writing by Lessor, acting reasonably, to ensure that the Lessor Parties, and, at Lessor’s cost, the Financing Parties, if any, have or obtain the fullest benefit(s) of the Cape Town Convention and/or the Protocol as in effect in the State of Registration in connection with the Aircraft and any Engine,

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including (but not limited to): (i) any matters connected with registering, perfecting, preserving and/or enhancing any International Interest(s) or other registrable interests vested in the Lessor Parties or the Financing Parties with respect to the Aircraft and/or any Engine and constituted by this Agreement; (ii) constituting any International Interest(s) or other registrable interests to be vested in the Lessor Parties or the Financing Parties with respect to the Aircraft and/or any Engine in connection with this Agreement; (iii) entry into agreements (subordination or otherwise) to protect, perfect and/or enhance and/or improve the priority of any International Interest(s) or other registrable interests referred to in the foregoing Clauses 9.5(c)(i) and/or (ii); and (iv) taking all relevant actions and cooperating as may be requested by Lessor in writing with respect to the issuance of an IDERA in favor of Lessor (or if requested, the Financing Parties Representative) to the extent such instrument becomes recognized in Mexico after the date hereof and all necessary Regulations implementing such recognition and measures with respect to the filing and acknowledgement of an IDERA have been fully adopted and implemented in Mexico after the date hereof; provided that Lessee shall only be required to take any such action or provide any such cooperation subject to, and in accordance with all applicable Laws and regulations of Mexico, and upon the deactivation of the Deregistration Power of Attorney in effect at that time. (d) Lessee and Lessor agree that for all purposes of the Cape Town Convention, (i) this Agreement, and any sublease under the terms of this Agreement, will constitute a separate International Interest with respect to the Airframe and/or each Engine, and (ii) the Airframe and each Engine constitute Aircraft Objects. (e) The costs and expenses in opening and maintaining the Transacting User Entity accounts for Lessee shall be borne by Lessee, but the costs and expenses in opening and maintaining the Transacting User Entity accounts of Lessor Parties and any Financing Party shall be borne by Lessor Parties or the Financing Parties, as the case may be. 9.6 Title and other Property and Security Interests Lessee shall: (a) affix, and maintain in a prominent position, a fireproof plate (having dimensions of not less than 10 cm. x 7 cm.) on each Engine and in the cockpit or cabin of the Aircraft stating: “THIS [AIRCRAFT/ENGINE] IS OWNED BY AND LEASED FROM JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC TO AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V., AS LESSEE [AND IS SUBJECT TO A SECURITY INTEREST/LIEN IN FAVOR OF (THE FINANCING PARTIES REPRESENTATIVE)]”; provided that the replacement of any such fireproof plates required due to changes of ownership or lienholders shall be arranged and paid for by Lessor. Lessee will not allow the name of any person to be placed on the Airframe or on any Engine as a designation that might be interpreted as a claim of ownership or any Security Interest; provided that nothing herein contained shall prohibit Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee from placing

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its customary colours and insignia on the Airframe or any Engine; (b) not at any time (i) represent to others that any Lessor Party, or the Financing Parties are in any way connected with or responsible for any operation of the Aircraft or the business of Lessee or carriage (whether for hire or reward or gratuitously) which may be undertaken by Lessee; or (ii) pledge the credit of any Lessor Parties or the Financing Parties; (c) not hold itself out to any third party as owner of the Aircraft or any part of it, and on all occasions when the ownership of the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part is relevant, make clear to third parties that title is held by Lessor; (d) not hold itself out to any third party as having any power to sell, charge, lease (other than as expressly permitted by Clauses 10.2 (Wet leasing) and 10.3 (Subleasing)) or otherwise dispose of or encumber the Aircraft or any Part thereof other than as permitted under this Agreement; (e) not abandon the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part, or do or permit to be done anything which may expose the Aircraft or any part of it to the risk of damage, destruction, arrest, confiscation, seizure, deposit, attachment, forfeiture, impounding, detention or appropriation; (f) not grant to any person other than Lessor or Financing Parties Representative an IDERA or a deregistration power of attorney with respect to the Airframe or any Engine, and the granting of an IDERA to Lessor or Financing Parties Representative shall be subject to Clause 9.5(c)(iv); (g) not allow the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part or Lessor Party’s or any Financing Party’s interest in the same, or this Agreement, to become or remain subject to any Security Interest (other than Permitted Liens) and promptly at Lessee’s expense take such action as may be necessary to discharge any such Security Interest other than Permitted Liens if the same shall exist at any time; (h) not take any action or knowingly omit to take any action which has or may have the effect of prejudicing the first priority nature of any Security Interests granted by Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee to any Lessor Party or Financing Party, or granted by any Lessor Party to any Financing Party, in each case, in respect of the Aircraft or this Agreement; or (i) not consent to any interests conflicting with (whether or not taking priority over) the interests of Lessor as lessor and owner or any Financing Party to be registered at the International Registry without the prior written consent of Lessor, or such Financing Party (as the case may be). 9.7 Lessee Existence Lessee will preserve its corporate existence, will not sell, lease, transfer or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its assets (in one or in any series of transactions) to any Person and will continue to be a regularly scheduled, commercial airline; provided that Lessee may sell, lease, transfer or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its assets (in one or a series of transactions) to any Person or merge or consolidate with any Person in a transaction in which it is not the

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surviving Person if the following conditions are satisfied: (a) Lessee has provided Lessor with thirty (30) days prior written notice of such transaction; (b) the Person acquiring such assets or the Person surviving such merger or consolidation (in either case, the “Surviving Entity”) assumes all of the rights and obligations of Lessee under the Operative Documents to which Lessee is a party; (c) the tangible net worth of the Surviving Entity is equal to or greater than the tangible net worth of Lessee immediately prior to such merger or consolidation, except where (if the Surviving Entity’s tangible net worth would be lower than such prior tangible net worth of Lessee), this does not and could not reasonably be expected to cause an Event of Default or have a material adverse effect on the ability of the Surviving Entity to comply with its obligations under the Operative Documents; (d) the Surviving Entity is duly organized and validly existing under the laws of its state of organization; (e) the Surviving Entity shall execute and deliver to Lessor (i) an agreement, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lessor, by which the Surviving Entity assumes the due and punctual performance and observance of each covenant and condition of Lessee under this Agreement and agrees to be bound thereby (such assumption of obligations to be legal, valid, binding and enforceable, except as enforcement of such agreement may be limited by applicable bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or similar law affecting the rights of creditors generally and general principles of equity), (ii) an officer’s certificate from a responsible officer of the Successor Entity confirming the legal, valid, binding and enforceable nature of such assumption and that the other requirements of this Clause 9.7 have been satisfied, and (iii) a legal opinion from counsel confirming the legal, valid, binding and enforceable nature of such assumption and other matters as Lessor may specify and otherwise in such form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lessor; (f) the Surviving Entity shall execute and deliver to Lessor and/or file such recordations and filings with any Government Entity (including the Aviation Authority) and such other documents as Lessor shall reasonably deem to be necessary or advisable (including, without limitation, to preserve and protect the interests of the Lessor Parties and the Financing Parties) to evidence, or in connection with, such transfer of assets, merger or consolidation; (g) prior to and immediately after giving effect to such transfer of assets, merger or consolidation, no Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing; and (h) promptly following the closing date of such merger or consolidation, but in no event later than three (3) Business Days thereafter, the Surviving Entity shall provide Lessor with a certificate signed by its chief financial officer to the effect that such merger or consolidation will not have a material adverse effect on the Surviving Entity’s ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement. Lessee shall pay all reasonable costs and expenses incurred by the Lessor Parties and, if applicable, any Financing Party (including all reasonable legal fees and expenses) in relation to any such transfer of assets, merger or consolidation following receipt of an invoice and supporting

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documentation in respect thereof. 9.8 Preservation and Recognition of Rights (a) Lessee shall not do or knowingly permit to be done anything that would jeopardise the rights of any Lessor Party or any Financing Party in the Aircraft and shall cause to be taken all actions necessary or reasonably requested by Lessor to prevent the rights of any Lessor Party and Financing Party in the Aircraft from being jeopardised, and shall not do or permit to be done anything which, or omit to do anything the omission of which, would or would be likely to prejudice any material right that any Lessor Party may have against the Manufacturer, the Engine Manufacturer, any maintenance provider or any supplier or manufacturer of the Aircraft or any part thereof. At the reasonable request of Lessor, Lessee will do all acts and things (including making any filing, registration or recording with the Aviation Authority, the International Registry or any other Government Entity or as required to comply with any applicable law) and execute, notarise, file, register and record all documents as may be required by Lessor to establish, maintain, perfect, protect and preserve the rights and interests of Lessor hereunder and in the Aircraft and the rights and interests of any Financing Party under the Financing Documents. At the reasonable request of Lessor and at Lessor’s expense, Lessee shall furnish to Lessor and any Financing Party an opinion of counsel or other evidence satisfactory to Lessor of each such filing, recordation and act. (b) Lessee shall procure, when applicable, that any Person to whom possession of the Aircraft, the Airframe or any Engine is given (other than Manufacturers or Approved Maintenance Performers) in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement acknowledges in writing within a mortgage or lease or other agreement between Lessee and such Person or otherwise, that it will respect the interests of the owner and lessor of the Aircraft, the Airframe or such Engine, as applicable and the interests of the Financing Parties in respect of such Aircraft, the Airframe or such Engine and will not seek to exercise any rights whatsoever in relation to such Aircraft, Airframe or Engine. Lessor hereby acknowledges, on behalf of itself, the other Lessor Parties and any Financing Parties, and for the benefit of any holder of an interest in an engine that may at any time be attached to the Airframe, that it will respect the interests of such holders of interests and will not seek to exercise any rights whatsoever in relation to such engine. 10. POSSESSION AND SUBLEASING 10.1 Possession Lessee will not, without the prior written consent of Lessor (not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), sublease or otherwise part with possession of the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part, except that Lessee shall have the right to deliver possession of the Aircraft, the Engines or any Part without Lessor’s consent so long as no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing: (a) with respect to the Aircraft, the Engines or any Part, to the relevant Manufacturer or Approved Maintenance Performer for testing, modification, maintenance, repair, overhaul

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or other work to the extent required or permitted by this Agreement; (b) on a wet lease which complies with Clause 10.2 (Wet leasing); (c) on a sublease which complies with Clause 10.3 (Subleasing); and (d) with respect to an Engine or Part, as expressly permitted by this Agreement. 10.2 Wet leasing Lessee shall be permitted to wet lease or charter the Aircraft to a third party provided that under the terms of such wet lease or charter: (a) the Aircraft shall be operated solely by regular employees of Lessee possessing all current certificates and licenses that are required by applicable Regulations; (b) the Aircraft shall remain subject to the insurance coverage required under Clause 15 (Insurance) or such other insurance coverage as is approved by Lessor; (c) the Aircraft shall be maintained by Approved Maintenance Performers in accordance with the Maintenance Program and Lessee’s normal maintenance practices; (d) the Aircraft shall not be subject to any change in its State of Registration; (e) such wet lease or charter is expressly subordinated to this Agreement and the rights of Lessor and the Financing Parties hereunder and to the Aircraft; (f) Lessee’s obligations under this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect notwithstanding any charter or wet lease; (g) the duration of such wet lease or charter (including all extensions and renewals) does not extend and is not capable of extending beyond the scheduled Expiry Date; (h) the Aircraft shall not be subject to a harsher operating environment that would materially affect the cost of maintaining the Aircraft; (i) the Aircraft shall not be, or be located in, in an Excluded Country (except on a temporary basis in the event of an emergency situation), and the Habitual Base shall not be, or be located in, an Excluded Country, and the Habitual Base for the Aircraft shall be acceptable to Lessor (acting reasonably), and the airline operator to which Lessee will wet lease the Aircraft shall not be a Prohibited Person and Lessor shall have received such information concerning the prospective airline operator (and its Affiliates) to which Lessee will wet lease the Aircraft as shall be required for Lessor to satisfy its “know your customer” requirements; and (j) no Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing or would result from such wet lease or charter. 10.3 Subleasing Lessee may, (x) [REDACTED] or (y) with the written consent of Lessor (not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), sublease the Aircraft to any Person not described in clause (x) above. Any proposed sublease shall satisfy each of the following conditions: (a) either (i) the sublease shall state that it is subject and subordinate to this Agreement, and the sublessee shall execute an acknowledgment addressed to Lessor and any Financing

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Party Representative confirming the foregoing and acknowledging that the sublease will terminate on or before the Termination Date; or (ii) if Lessor notifies Lessee that Lessor’s counsel in the relevant jurisdiction is of the opinion that a sublease assignment is necessary or advisable in such jurisdiction, Lessee shall grant Lessor or Financing Parties Representative (as applicable) a security assignment (in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lessor and Financing Parties Representative) assigning all of Lessee’s rights, title and interest to, in and under such sublease to Lessor, or the Financing Parties Representative, as applicable; (b) the proposed sublessee must be a commercial air carrier or air operator holding a valid air operator’s certificate; (c) no Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing at the time of commencement of such sublease or would result as a consequence of such sublease; (d) Lessee shall have given not less than thirty (30) days’ prior written notice to Lessor of its intention to enter into any sublease agreement or arrangement (which notice shall include a description of the proposed subleasing arrangements including the identity of the proposed sublessee, the term of the sublease and the proposed delivery date under the sublease) and Lessee shall have provided to Lessor at least ten (10) days’ prior to execution of the sublease agreement, a copy of the draft sublease agreement and the draft insurance certificate (it being acknowledged that in any event (A) Lessee may redact the amount of Rent and all other economic terms, (B) the conditions below are required to be satisfied prior to commencement of the relevant sublease and (C) the evidence and/or documentation specified below shall be required to be provided to Lessor prior to commencement of the relevant sublease so as to give Lessor a reasonable period of time to review the same); (e) the sublease shall not permit the sublessee to take any action inconsistent with the requirements and obligations of Lessee under this Agreement and shall require the sublessee to operate the Aircraft on substantially similar or more favorable terms as those set out in this Agreement, including without limitation, Clause 9.3 (Operation of the Aircraft), Clause 11.4 (Maintenance and Repair), and if the sublessee is to maintain Insurances rather than Lessee, Clause 15 (Insurance) and Part B (Redelivery Maintenance Payment) of the Financial Terms Annex as applicable; (f) the sublease shall not permit any further subleasing, wet leasing or charter of the Aircraft other than wet leasing on substantially similar terms or more favorable terms as those set out in Clause 10.2 (Wet leasing); (g) the sublease shall not have a term which extends or is capable of extending beyond the then scheduled Expiry Date; (h) prior to the commencement of the sublease Lessee shall provide to Lessor evidence satisfactory to Lessor confirming that the Aircraft will continue to be insured in accordance with this Agreement including a broker’s letter of undertaking; (i) the sublessee under the sublease shall not at the time of commencement of the relevant sublease be insolvent or otherwise be subject to any events of the type set out in Clause 19.1(g) (Insolvency) through (i) (Other Jurisdiction) or be incorporated in an Excluded Country; (j) the sublessee under the sublease shall hold all certificates, licenses, permits and

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authorizations required for its use and operation of the Aircraft; (k) if the Aircraft is to be registered in a new State of Registration in connection with a sublease or the termination of a sublease, Lessee shall procure that all filings, recordings and registrations are made to the extent necessary (i) to deregister the Aircraft from the registry maintained by the then existing State of Registration, (ii) to register the Aircraft in the new State of Registration in the name of Lessor as owner (and if that is not possible, in the name of Lessee or the sublessee with the interests of Lessor, any Financing Parties Representative and Lessee noted in the registry) in accordance with and to the extent permitted by applicable Law in the new State of Registration, and (iii) to register, record, protect and/or perfect the Security Interest of any Financing Parties Representative in the new State of Registration in accordance with and to the extent permitted by applicable Law in the new State of Registration. Lessor shall co-operate and procure that the Financing Parties co-operate with Lessee upon reasonable request by Lessee to assist Lessee and/or the sublessee, as the case may be, in promptly making any filings, recordings and registrations in the existing State of Registration and, if applicable, any new State of Registration which are necessary in connection with any subleasing or change in the State of Registration. Lessee shall pay all reasonable and documented out-of-pocket costs and expenses incurred by Lessor and any Financing Party in connection with such filings, recordings and registrations (and no sublease shall be permitted unless and until such filings, recordings and registrations have been made or arrangements have been made to effect the same following the delivery of the Aircraft under the sublease); (iv) any new State of Registration may not be an Excluded Country; (v) Lessor shall have received a legal opinion from local counsel in such jurisdiction confirming that the terms of this Agreement are legal, valid, binding and enforceable in such country; that it is not necessary for Lessor or Financing Parties Representative to register or qualify to do business in such country solely as a consequence of the sublease; that absent an overt act or omission by the owner of an aircraft, there is no tort liability of the owner of an aircraft not in possession thereof under the laws of such country; and that the laws of such country require fair compensation for requisition of title or use of the Aircraft by the government of registration; (l) Lessee shall provide Lessor with a copy of the executed sublease and any amendments thereto within five (5) Business Days after the execution of such sublease or such amendments and in any event before the commencement of such sublease; such copy may be in electronic form, it being agreed that Lessee may redact the amount of Rent and all other economic terms; (m) no subleasing of the Aircraft shall release Lessee from its obligations under this Agreement, and Lessee hereby confirms and agrees that it shall remain fully liable to perform all of its obligations under this Agreement notwithstanding any such subleasing and shall be primarily liable for any act or omission of any sublessee in connection with any such subleasing; provided Lessee’s obligations hereunder shall be satisfied to the extent performed by a sublessee; (n) Lessor shall have received a legal opinion or other confirmation from independent counsel reasonably acceptable to Lessor at Lessee’s cost (provided that the fees of such counsel shall be reasonable and documented and shall have been pre-approved by Lessee), covering the following matters: (i) that the rights and interests of Lessor and Financing Parties in respect of the Aircraft and the Operative Document, including their right to repossess the Aircraft

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in the case of an Event of Default, will not be adversely affected by the subleasing; (ii) as to the perfection of the interests of Lessor and the Financing Parties Representative in respect of the Aircraft and under the Operative Documents (including the enforceability of any mortgage granted by Lessor to the Financing Parties Representative as a first priority perfected Security Interest over the Aircraft); and (iii) as to the due execution by the Permitted Sublessee of the proposed sublease and any other document required to be delivered by the Permitted Sublessee pursuant to this Agreement and the validity and enforceability against the Permitted Sublessee of such documents; and (iv) if the new State of Registration or the jurisdiction of incorporation of the proposed sublessee is a Contracting State for the purposes of the Cape Town Convention or sublessee is situated in a Contracting State for the purposes of Article 4 of the Cape Town Convention, addressing the effectiveness of registrations to be recorded at the International Registry to protect Lessor and Financing Parties Representative’s interest. (o) the Aircraft shall not be, or be located in, in an Excluded Country (except on a temporary basis in the event of an emergency situation), and the Habitual Base shall not be, or be located in, an Excluded Country, and the Habitual Base for the Aircraft shall be acceptable to Lessor (acting reasonably), and the Permitted Sublessee shall not be a Prohibited Person and Lessor shall have received such information concerning the prospective Permitted Sublessee and its Affiliates as shall be required for Lessor to satisfy its “know your customer” requirements; (p) Lessee shall, upon the completion of the sublease for the Aircraft, provide to Lessor (i) a “no incident/no accident” statement for the Airframe, the Engines, the APU and the Landing Gear, (ii) a certified Life-Limited Parts report for each Engine, the Landing Gear and the APU and (iii) any other maintenance records reasonably requested by Lessor, in each case applicable to the period of the sublease and in a form and substance acceptable to Lessor (acting reasonably); (q) that such sublease will not result in the imposition of, or increase in the amount of, any Taxes, fees or expenses imposed on any Indemnitee for which Lessee is not required to indemnify or is not then willing to indemnify each Indemnitee for such incremental Taxes that would not have been imposed but for the sublease to their satisfaction against such imposed or increased Taxes, fees or expenses; (r) Lessee shall provide Lessor in advance with written confirmation from the Engine maintenance provider that during the period of such permitted sublease, the Engines will continue to be covered by Lessee TCA (on the same terms (other than in relation to any adjustment of the charges payable to the Engine Maintenance Performer thereunder) as if the Engines were being operated by Lessee); and (s) the Aircraft shall not be subject to a harsher operating environment that would materially affect the cost of maintaining the Aircraft. 11. TECHNICAL REPORTING, AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTS, INSPECTION,

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MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 11.1 Maintenance Status Report Throughout the Term, Lessee shall: (a) provide Lessor within [REDACTED] days after the end of each calendar month a technical report for the Aircraft in the form of Schedule 16 (Form of Maintenance Status Report) which must have all [REDACTED] and the details of [REDACTED]; (b) give Lessor at least [REDACTED] months written notice as to the time, location and workscope of all Heavy Maintenance Checks and Engine Major Module Shop Visits; and (c) promptly furnish to Lessor (or where applicable, shall cause the Manufacturer and/or the Engine Manufacturer to furnish to Lessor) all such information, documentation, certification and other instruments as Lessor may from time to time reasonably request regarding the Aircraft or any part thereof, including without limitation with respect to its use, registration, location, airworthiness, maintenance and condition. 11.2 Aircraft Documents Lessee shall: (a) keep accurate, complete and current records (which records shall form part of the Aircraft Documents and, notwithstanding that such records may be generated by Lessee, shall be deemed to be the property of Lessor and leased to Lessee hereunder) as listed in Schedule 7 (Aircraft Documents at Redelivery) or as may otherwise be required by the Aviation Authority, the Maintenance Program and all applicable Regulations and FAR Part 129 and the requirements for the issuance of a standard FAA certificate of airworthiness under FAR part 121; (b) maintain all technical Aircraft Documents in English (except for the cockpit and cabin rectification log book which may be maintained in Spanish) in Lessee’s format (which may be microfiche, microfilm or digital and/or electronic format or any other form); (c) promptly furnish to Lessor all such information as Lessor may from time to time reasonably request regarding the Aircraft or any part thereof, its use, registration, location and condition; (d) retain and store such Aircraft Documents, as required by the Aviation Authority, the Manufacturers, Maintenance Program and all applicable Regulations and other materials at either (i) Lessee’s or any Permitted Sublessee’s principal place of business, (ii) the facility of an Approved Maintenance Performer or (iii) a storage location under Lessee’s or any Permitted Sublessee’s control, and not permit any other Person (other than an Approved Maintenance Performer or a Permitted Sublessee) to have possession of or control over the same without Lessor’s prior written consent; and (e) procure that the Manufacturer’s manuals for the Aircraft are kept up to date in accordance with a continuous revision service from the Manufacturer and shall include a record of all

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maintenance, modifications and repairs carried out on the Aircraft. Except as required by applicable law, the Aircraft Documents shall be the property of Lessor. 11.3 Inspection (a) Upon Lessor’s request, Lessee shall arrange that at any reasonable time during the Term (but no more than once per calendar year; provided that during the continuation of an Event of Default and during the last [REDACTED] months of the Term, up to [REDACTED] additional inspections will be permitted during any consecutive [REDACTED]-month period), Lessor or its authorized representatives (which may include representatives of the Financing Parties) may inspect the Aircraft and the Aircraft Documents, as provided herein and Lessee shall provide all reasonable assistance and co-operation in connection with such inspection (including facilitating access to the Aircraft and the Aircraft Documents). If the physical records are stored by any third party, Lessee will provide a letter granting access to the records for Lessor or its authorized representatives. Any such inspections shall not unreasonably interfere with Lessee’s normal business operations and inspections of the Aircraft and shall be limited to a visual, walk-around inspection which may include going on board the Aircraft but shall not include the opening of any panels, bays or disassembly of any components. During any such inspection, Lessor may, at its own expense, make copies of the Aircraft Documents. (b) Other than during the continuation of an Event of Default, each such inspecting Person shall be solely responsible for its cost of conducting an inspection (including all reasonable out-of-pocket expenses and insurance coverage) unless an inspection reveals that Lessee has failed to comply in any material respect with its obligations under this Agreement, in which case any follow up inspection required to verify that remedial work has been completed will be at Lessee’s cost. (c) Lessor shall not have any duty or obligation to inspect the Aircraft and Lessor shall not incur any liability as a result of non-exercise of any inspection rights in this Clause 11.3. (d) Any inspection of the Aircraft (including any Aircraft Documents) shall be solely for Lessor’s information and failure to notify Lessee of any discrepancies thereafter shall not imply that Lessee is in compliance with this Agreement, its maintenance provisions or applicable Law. (e) Lessee will reasonably co-operate with the efforts of Lessor to sell the Aircraft, including, without limitation, permitting potential purchasers to inspect the Aircraft and the Aircraft Documents, subject to Lessee’s security guidelines and policies (acting reasonably) and provided that (i) the same shall not interfere with Lessee’s use or maintenance of the Aircraft or require Lessee to incur out-of-pocket expenses for which it is not reimbursed by Lessor, (ii) Lessor shall use commercially reasonable efforts to minimize the number and frequency of such inspections, which shall be reasonably limited in duration and scope, and (iii) such potential purchasers and Lessor have executed a letter of intent to purchase the Aircraft. 11.4 Maintenance and Repair Lessee shall, or shall procure that an Approved Maintenance Performer shall, maintain, overhaul and repair the Aircraft so that at all times during the Term: (a) the Aircraft is kept airworthy in all respects and in good operating condition and repair except while the Aircraft is undergoing maintenance, modification or repair required or

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permitted by this Agreement; (b) Lessee shall not permit the Aircraft to be subject to any unusual maintenance procedures or any cessation of maintenance during the Term, other than as permitted under the Maintenance Program; (c) Lessee has a current and valid certificate of airworthiness (maintained in accordance with the requirements for the issuance of a standard FAA certificate of airworthiness under FAR Part 121 and in the appropriate category for the nature of the operations of the Aircraft) for the Aircraft issued by the Aviation Authority except where the Aircraft is undergoing maintenance, modification or repair required or permitted by this Agreement, and Lessee will from time to time provide to Lessor a copy thereof within ten (10) days of Lessor’s request; (d) the Aircraft complies with all Regulations, Mandatory Orders and Airworthiness Directives having a compliance date during the Term or (subject to the Redelivery Conditions) within ninety (90) days following the last day of the Term regardless of upon whom such requirements are imposed in each case without regard to any exemption waivers or delaying compliance therewith and with all applicable laws of the Aviation Authority and any other aviation authorities with jurisdiction over Lessee or any person in possession of the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part, regardless of upon whom such requirements are imposed, and which relate to the maintenance, inspection, service, repair, condition, use or operation of the Aircraft or require any modification or alteration to the Aircraft, any Engine or Part; (e) Lessee shall ensure that any damage to the Aircraft that has an estimated repair cost in excess of the Damage Notification Threshold will be repaired by the Manufacturer or in the case of Engines (as applicable) by an Approved Maintenance Performer, in accordance with the requirements of the relevant Manufacturer; (f) Lessee and the Aircraft are each in compliance with any other applicable Regulation which relates to the maintenance, condition, use or operation of the Aircraft or requires any modification or alteration to the Aircraft, any Engine or Part regardless of upon whom such requirements are imposed; and (g) any replacement of an Engine or Part in the course of maintenance is in accordance with Clause 12 (Replacement and Interchange of Engines and Parts). 11.5 Maintenance Program (a) Lessee shall at all times ensure that the Aircraft is subject to a maintenance program which is approved by the Aviation Authority and shall not conflict with the Manufacturer’s Maintenance Planning Document (the “Maintenance Program”). (b) Upon Lessor’s request, Lessee shall furnish to Lessor a copy of the then most current version of the preamble and matrix from the Maintenance Program. 11.6 Engine Health Monitoring; Electronic Information. In the event Lessee elects to participate in the Engine Manufacturer’s Health Monitoring Program, Lessee will not object if Lessor seeks access from the Engine Manufacturer to its reports or data relating to the Engines, provided there is no cost to Lessee. In addition, if Lessee subscribes to the Airframe Manufacturer’s on-line electronic information database and maintains on that system an updated record of the aircraft service bulletins and other configuration embodiment status and to

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the extent permissible as a result of future developments by the Airframe Manufacturer, Airworthiness Directives, structural repairs and maintenance planning data compliance status, Lessee will not object if Lessor seeks access to such on-line system with respect to the Aircraft, provided there is no additional cost to Lessee. 12. REPLACEMENT AND INTERCHANGE OF ENGINES AND PARTS 12.1 Replacement of Engines and Parts (a) Lessee shall have the right at its option, (i) (A) [REDACTED] months prior to the Redelivery Date or (B) with prior written approval of Lessor (such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), at the Redelivery Date if an Engine fails the inspection described in Clause P (Inspection) of Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions), to permanently replace any Engine with a Replacement Engine, by complying with the terms of Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) and Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions), or (ii) at any time, on written notice to Lessor, to permanently replace any Part with a Replacement Part, by complying with the terms of Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts). (b) Lessee shall promptly replace or procure the replacement of any Part which has become time, cycle or calendar-expired, lost, stolen, seized, confiscated, destroyed, damaged beyond economic repair, unserviceable or permanently rendered unfit for use, in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts). (c) Lessee shall be entitled to install and permit the installation of engines on the Aircraft other than the Engines and Parts provided that: (i) a permanent replacement of an Engine or Part shall be in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts); (ii) a temporary replacement of an Engine shall be in accordance with Clause 12.3 (Installation of other engines); and (iii) a temporary replacement of a Part shall be in accordance with Clause 12.4 (Installation of other parts). 12.2 Removed Engines and Parts Lessee shall be entitled to remove and permit the removal of an Engine or Part from the Aircraft provided that: (a) such Removed Engine or Removed Part: (i) is (A) installed on another aircraft in accordance with Clause 12.5 (Installation of Engines and Parts on Other Aircraft), (B) properly and safely stored, or (C) in the possession of an Approved Maintenance Performer for repair, maintenance, modification and/or refurbishment in accordance with this Agreement; (ii) is re-installed on (A) any airframe owned by Lessee within [REDACTED] days after completion of an Engine shop visit or such other off-wing engine maintenance or (B) the Airframe on the earliest of (1) [REDACTED] days before the Expiry Date (unless such Removed Engine is undergoing an Engine shop visit or such other off-wing engine maintenance), (2) immediately upon receipt by Lessee of notice of the occurrence of an Event of Default as per the provisions of

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Clause 19.2(a)(i) (Lessor Rights) or automatically upon the occurrence or any Event of Default set forth in Clause 19.1 (Events), or (3) the Termination Date; (iii) is kept free of Security Interests (other than Permitted Liens); (iv) continues to be covered by the Insurances; and (v) remains the property of Lessor unless and until there has been a permanent replacement in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) and unless and until title to that Replacement Engine or Replacement Part, as applicable, has passed to Lessor pursuant to and in accordance with this Agreement; and (b) Lessee complies with Clause 9.6 (Recognition of Rights) with respect to any Removed Engine and Removed Part. Lessee shall ensure that any Removed Engine or Removed Part is reinstalled on the Aircraft or, where relevant, permanently replaced by a Replacement Engine in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) by no later than the Termination Date. 12.3 Installation of other engines Lessee may only install and permit the installation of an engine on the Airframe that is not a permanent replacement in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) if: (a) such engine is suitable for operation on the Airframe; (b) such engine is owned by or leased or conditionally sold to Lessee or a Permitted Sublessee or in Lessee’s or a Permitted Sublessee’s possession pursuant to a pooling arrangement; and (c) the Insurances for the Aircraft are not adversely affected. On the earliest of (i) [REDACTED] days before the Expiry Date, (ii) immediately upon receipt by Lessee of notice of the occurrence of an Event of Default and (iii) the Termination Date, Lessee shall remove any engine that is not an Engine and replace it with the relevant Removed Engine or, where relevant, a Replacement Engine in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts). 12.4 Installation of other parts Lessee may install and permit the installation of any part on the Aircraft that is not a permanent replacement pursuant to Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) if: (a) the Removed Part is unserviceable (or Lessee reasonably believes such Removed Part is unserviceable) or a defect is identified that requires the Part to be removed from the Aircraft for recertification; (b) a part that is or would be a suitable permanent replacement pursuant to Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) is not available in a timeframe that would not delay the return of the Aircraft to revenue service; (c) as soon as commercially practicable after [REDACTED] and no later than [REDACTED], Lessee removes that part and [REDACTED] pursuant to Clause 12.6 (Permanent

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Replacement of Engines and Parts); and (d) the Insurances for the Aircraft are not adversely affected. 12.5 Installation of Engines on Other Aircraft (a) Lessee shall only be entitled to install or permit the installation of a Removed Engine or Removed Part on another aircraft (the “Other Aircraft”) if such aircraft is operated by Lessee and if: (i) such installation will not cause an Event of Default; (ii) subject to Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) below, Lessor remains the owner of the Removed Engine or Removed Part unless and until it is permanently replaced pursuant to Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) and the Removed Engine or Removed Part does not thereby become subject to a Security Interest (other than a Permitted Lien) and remains subject to this Agreement; (iii) neither the provisions of applicable Law nor the terms of any lease, pooling arrangement or other agreement or Security Interest to which the Other Aircraft is subject, (A) prohibit such installation, or (B) require that the Removed Engine or Removed Part become the property of a Person other than Lessor and/or subject to any Security Interest, or (z) will have the effect at any time of divesting or impairing the title and interests of Lessor as owner and lessor of the Removed Engine or Removed Part (or the rights of the Financing Parties under any Security Interest or assignment in respect of the Removed Engine or Removed Part); and (iv) any lessor of, or person having a Security Interest on, an aircraft on which a removed Engine is installed acknowledges in writing for the benefit of Lessor and any Financing Party, that it will respect the interests of Lessor and any Financing Party in the removed Engine and it will not seek to exercise any rights whatsoever in relation to the removed Engine for so long as it remains owned by Lessor. Such acknowledgment may take the form of an acknowledgment contained within the pooling arrangements, the lease or financing document in respect of the airframe on which the removed Engine is installed, so long as such acknowledgement is enforceable by Lessor and any Financing Party. (b) Lessee shall ensure that any Removed Engine or Removed Part is (i) reinstalled on any airframe owned by Lessee within [REDACTED] days after completion of an Engine shop visit or such other off-wing engine maintenance or (ii) reinstalled on the Aircraft or permanently replaced by a Replacement Engine or Replacement Part in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) by the earliest of (A) [REDACTED] days before the Expiry Date (unless such Removed Engine is undergoing an Engine shop visit or such other off-wing engine maintenance), (B) immediately upon receipt by Lessee of notice of the occurrence of an Event of Default, or (C) the Termination Date. 12.6 Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts (a) If an Engine is to be permanently replaced (i) in accordance with Clause 12.1(a) (Replacement of Engines and Parts) and, in respect of Clause 12.1(a)(i)(B) only, Lessor has provided its consent to such replacement (such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), or (ii) following a Total Loss of an Engine, Lessee shall procure that

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good and marketable title to a Replacement Engine free and clear of all Security Interests other than Permitted Liens is conveyed to Lessor and that such Replacement Engine is subject to this Agreement whereupon the Replacement Engine shall be an Engine hereunder and the replaced Engine shall cease to be an Engine and title to the replaced Engine shall vest in Lessee. The parties shall supply to each other all such title documents as the other may reasonably require to evidence and perfect such transfer of title in accordance with all applicable Laws (including the provision if requested by the other party of bills of sale, any amendments or supplements to this Agreement and legal opinions), and where the Cape Town Convention applies, the parties shall procure the prompt registration of the transfers of title at the International Registry. (b) Upon installation of a Replacement Part on the Airframe or any Engine, that Replacement Part shall without further act be deemed transferred to and owned by Lessor and subject to this Agreement, and the replaced Part shall be deemed transferred to and owned by Lessee and cease to be a Part hereunder 12.7 Equipment Changes (a) Lessee may from time to time make or permit Equipment Changes as it may consider desirable in the proper conduct of its business; provided that each Equipment Change (x) is approved by the Aviation Authority, and (y) (1) is required by the Aviation Authority or the FAA, or (2) is a change to or modification of the cabin configuration, the in-flight entertainment system or the Wi-Fi system or connection, or (3) has been approved by Lessor in writing, (4) is to be performed by an Approved Maintenance Performer in accordance with the requirements of the Manufacturer and approved by the FAA or EASA and (5) does not and will not: (i) result in (A) a breach of Lessee’s obligations under this Agreement, (B) any expense payable by Lessor or (C) any change in the category or status of the Aircraft for purposes of any laws of the State of Registration or of the Aviation Authority; (ii) materially diminish or impair the value, utility or airworthiness of the Aircraft; (iii) adversely affect the Manufacturer in relation to its ability to provide repair schemes or modifications for the Aircraft; or (iv) have a cost in excess of US$[REDACTED] in [REDACTED] Dollars, with such amount to be escalated by [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) per annum on each anniversary of the Original Delivery Date after the Lease Commencement Date. In the case of any Modification detailed in this Clause 12.7(a), Lessee shall provide Lessor with (A) written notice of the Approved Maintenance Performer, the cost estimates, and the engineering documentation for such Modification prior to commencing work in respect thereof and (B) written evidence that such Modification has been paid in full. (b) Title to any equipment installed on the Aircraft pursuant to an Equipment Change after the Lease Commencement Date that is owned by Lessee will on installation, without further act, vest in Lessor and shall be a Part subject to this Agreement free and clear of all Security Interests (other than Permitted Liens). Lessee will at its own expense take all such steps and execute, and procure the execution of, all such instruments as Lessor may reasonably require and which are necessary to ensure that title so passes to Lessor

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according to all applicable Laws. (c) So long as no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, Lessee may remove and retain any Equipment Change to the extent it is severable from the Aircraft and (i) such Equipment Change is not required by a Mandatory Order or an Airworthiness Directive, (ii) such severance will not adversely affect the value, utility, condition or airworthiness of the Aircraft in comparison to its value, utility, condition or airworthiness prior to the installation of such Equipment Change, and (iii) such Equipment Change did not constitute directly or by function a replacement of a Part or Parts installed on the Aircraft on the Original Delivery Date unless the Part or Parts so replaced are reinstalled on the Aircraft. Title to all parts, components, equipment and furnishings comprising any such removed Equipment Change will, on such removal, vest in Lessee free from any claim of Lessor or Security Interest of the Financing Parties and all such parts, components, equipment and furnishings shall cease to be Parts subject to this Agreement. For the avoidance of doubt, Lessee shall be entitled to remove any seats or in-flight entertainment equipment installed by Lessee provided that (A) it is severable from the Aircraft and (B) Lessee reinstalls the seats and/or in-flight entertainment equipment ([REDACTED]) that was [REDACTED] on the [REDACTED]. (d) Where, as a result of any such Equipment Change (other than a modification, alteration or addition required by any other provision of this Agreement) Lessee has installed or permitted the installation of a Part on the Aircraft, Lessee shall, at its sole cost and expense, be entitled to remove or permit the removal of such Part from the Aircraft, free from any claim to title on the part of Lessor, if at the time of such removal: (i) either such Part is in addition to and not in replacement of or substitution for any Part previously installed on or attached to the Aircraft; (ii) such Part is not required to be installed on or attached or added to the Aircraft to comply with any other provision of this Agreement; (iii) such Part can be removed from the Aircraft without diminishing or impairing overall value, marketability, utility or airworthiness of the Aircraft and the Aircraft is restored to the condition it was in immediately prior to the installation of such Part; (iv) no Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing; and (v) [REDACTED]. (e) Title to any [REDACTED] received by Lessee with respect to the Aircraft or any part thereof shall be deemed to have passed to Lessor upon the installation of such [REDACTED] on the Aircraft. Lessor, at its sole discretion, may purchase from Lessee any [REDACTED] (other than those [REDACTED] with respect to [REDACTED], which will be furnished free of charge to Lessor), [REDACTED], which Lessee has purchased for the Aircraft and which [REDACTED] in accordance with this Agreement. 12.8 Lessee Title Following (a) transfer of title of a Replacement Engine or Replacement Part in accordance with Clause 12.6(a) and (b) (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) respectively, or (b) removal of an Equipment Change in accordance with Clause 12.7(c) (Equipment Changes), title to the replaced Engine or Part or removed Equipment Change will, pass to Lessee on an “AS IS, WHERE IS” basis, without recourse, representation or warranty, except that Lessor shall represent and

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warrant to Lessee that it has conveyed to Lessee such title to such replaced Engine or Part or Equipment Change as was conveyed to it free and clear of all Lessor Liens, and Lessor will (at Lessee’s request and cost) provide such documents as Lessee may reasonably require to evidence and perfect such transfer of title in accordance with all applicable Laws (including the provision, if required, to Lessee of bills of sale), and where the Cape Town Convention applies, cooperate with the prompt registration of the transfers of title at the International Registry. 13. MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTIES (a) During the Term, Lessor hereby makes available to Lessee, and authorizes Lessee to exercise, at Lessee’s cost, such rights as Lessor may have under any warranty with respect to the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part made by any manufacturer, vendor, sub-contractor or supplier (including compensation for loss of use of the Aircraft during the Term), to the extent that the same have not otherwise been made available to Lessee pursuant to any other agreement; provided that if an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, any cash payments in respect of any warranty claim shall be subject to Clause 7.8 (Retention of Certain Payments). (b) Lessee shall give Lessor prompt written notice of any warranty claim in respect of the Aircraft which is expected to exceed the Damage Notification Threshold. (c) Lessee shall take all steps and execute all documents as are necessary at the end of the Term to ensure that the benefit of any warranties to which this Clause 13 (Manufacturer’s Warranties) applies and which have not expired are vested in Lessor including all claims thereunder (whether or not perfected and not including any claims relating to Lessee’s loss of use and operation of the Aircraft); provided that in the event Lessee is required to pursue any such claims, Lessee will agree to do so only upon receipt of satisfactory indemnification for costs and expenses from Lessor. (d) To the extent that the warranties may not be assigned or otherwise made available to Lessee and no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, Lessor agrees, at Lessee’s request and expense, to enforce such rights as Lessor may have with respect thereto for the benefit of Lessee. Where Lessee decides not to pursue any material claim under any such warranties, Lessee will immediately notify Lessor of such claim and of its intention not to pursue it. Lessor in such a case may direct Lessee to pursue such claim, and Lessee will pursue such claim in good faith on behalf of itself and Lessor. During the continuation of any Event of Default and upon any termination of the leasing of the Aircraft hereunder, all such rights shall immediately revert to Lessor including all claims thereunder whether or not perfected and Lessee shall assign to Lessor or its designee any rights Lessee may have under any other warranty, express or implied relating to the Aircraft or any Engine or Part. 14. INDEMNITIES 14.1 General Lessee agrees to assume liability for (as between itself and the Indemnitees), and to defend and indemnify and hold harmless each of the Indemnitees against any and all Losses (without duplication): (a) which may at any time be suffered or incurred by any Indemnitee directly or indirectly as a result of, arising from or connected with the manufacture, ownership, possession, delivery, importation, transportation, pooling, interchange, leasing, subleasing, wet

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leasing, chartering, storage, registration, insurance, replacement, maintenance, modification, refurbishment, condition, service, repair, overhaul, control, management, use, operation, exportation or redelivery of the Aircraft, any Engine or Part (either in the air or on the ground), whether or not such Losses may be attributable to any defect in the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part or to its design, testing or use thereof or to any maintenance, service, repair, overhaul, or to any other reason whatsoever (whether similar to any of the foregoing or not), and regardless of whether it arises out of or is attributable to any act or omission, negligent, based on strict liability, or otherwise, of any Indemnitee; (b) which arise as a result of the prevention or attempt to prevent the arrest, confiscation, seizure, taking in execution, impounding, forfeiture of the Aircraft or in securing release of the Aircraft, unless the foregoing occurs as a result of a Lessor Lien; (c) which may at any time be suffered or incurred as a consequence of any design, testing, use of any article or material in the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part, including any defect therein (regardless of whether it is discoverable) or its operation or use constituting an infringement of patent, copyright, trademark, design or other proprietary right; (d) arising directly or indirectly out of, or in any way connected with, any Security Interest (except Lessor’s Liens) or any fuel, airport or enroute navigation charges, navigation service charges, landing fees and all charges payable for the use of or for services provided at any airport, whether in respect of the Aircraft or any other aircraft of Lessee; or (e) arising as a result of any transfer of title following a Total Loss of the Airframe or any Engine or in connection with any Replacement Engine; but excluding any Loss in relation to a particular Indemnitee to the extent that such Loss: (i) arises solely as a result of the Gross Negligence or willful misconduct of any Indemnitee; or (ii) is attributable to a Lessor Tax or a Lessor Lien; or (iii) is, or is in respect of any claim for, a Tax, which shall instead be subject to Clause 20 (Taxation); or (iv) is attributable to acts or events which occur before the Lease Commencement Date or after the Aircraft has been redelivered to Lessor in compliance with Clause 18 (Redelivery) and is no longer subject to this Agreement, unless any such act or event is attributable to an act, omission, event or circumstance which occurred during the Term; or (v) is attributable to the breach by any Indemnitee of this Agreement or any other Operative Document or any misrepresentation made herein but excluding any such breach or misrepresentation to the extent it is attributable to or arises out of a breach or misrepresentation by Lessee under any Operative Document; or (vi) constitutes the ordinary and usual operating and overhead expenses of an Indemnitee; or (vii) arises in respect of any voluntary sale, assignment, conveyance, transfer or other disposition by any Indemnitee (except in connection with any transfer in connection with Clauses 18.7 (Purchase Option) and 18.8 (Purchase Option Transfer Provisions)) of (A) the Aircraft, an Engine or any interest therein that is

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not a replacement thereof under this Agreement or (B) any interest in this Agreement or any other Operative Document; (viii) is in respect of any claim for currency indemnification, which shall instead be subject to Clause 7.4 (Currency Indemnity); (ix) represents or results from any decline in the market value of the Aircraft due to changes in the aircraft market and not related to Lessee’s operation, maintenance or repair of the Aircraft; (x) represents or results from a failure of such Indemnitee to realize any anticipated profit other than a Loss which is attributable to the breach by Lessee of its obligations under this Agreement or any other Operative Document; (xi) is a Loss for which Lessor or any other Indemnitee has expressly agreed to be responsible under any other provision of this Agreement or any other Operative Document; (xii) represents or arises out of a claim by any Financing Party against any Lessor Party or its Affiliates; or (xiii) is indemnified against elsewhere in this Agreement or any other Operative Document. 14.2 Notification and Contest Each Indemnitee intending to claim any amounts from Lessee pursuant to Clause 14.1 (General), shall promptly notify Lessee in writing of any matter of which such Indemnitee, has received written notice and for which Lessee is obligated to indemnify under this Clause 14 (Indemnities) (each a “Claim”); provided, however, the delay or failure of such Indemnitee to give notice to Lessee in accordance with this Clause 14.2 will not discharge or release Lessee from any of its indemnity obligations under Clause 14.1 (General) except, and only to the extent, that such delay or failure constitutes gross negligence or willful misconduct, or such delay or failure prejudices Lessee’s right to defend any such Claim or results in an increase in the amount which Lessee is required to indemnify (in such case to the extent of such increase). Lessor (and/or any other Indemnitee seeking indemnification, as the case may be) and Lessee shall, if and for so long as no Event of Default is continuing, then consult with one another in good faith for a period not exceeding fifteen (15) Business Days in order to determine what action (if any) may reasonably be taken to avoid or mitigate such Claim. Following such consultation, Lessee shall have the right to take all reasonable action (on behalf, and, if necessary, in the name, of Lessor and/or such other Indemnitee) in order to resist, defend or settle (provided such settlement is accompanied by payment) any claims by third parties giving rise to such Claim, provided always that the following conditions are met or (as the case may be) complied with: (a) Lessor (and/or any other such Indemnitee) shall have received a written acknowledgment from Lessee satisfactory to it (acting reasonably) of Lessee’s responsibility for all expenses, costs, or other Losses incurred by any Indemnitee arising out of or related to the Claim and such contest and if Lessor or relevant Indemnitee is required by law to pay the Claim, Lessee shall comply with its obligation to indemnify Lessor or such Indemnitee in respect thereof; (b) no Event of Default has occurred which is continuing; (c) such contest will not result in any danger of the sale, forfeiture or loss of, or the creation

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of any Security Interest (other than any Permitted Lien) on, the Aircraft; and (d) such contest does not involve any risk of criminal liability for Lessor or any other Indemnitee. Where Lessee or its insurers undertake the defense of an Indemnitee with respect to a Claim, no additional legal fees or expenses of such Indemnitee in connection with such defense of such Claim shall be indemnified hereunder unless such fees or expenses were incurred at the request of Lessee or such insurers or were incurred prior to Lessee’s assumption of the defense of such Claim; provided that if in the written opinion of counsel to such Indemnitee an actual or potential material conflict of interest exists such that it is advisable for such Indemnitee to be represented by separate counsel, the reasonable fees and expenses of such separate counsel shall be borne by Lessee. Subject to the requirements of any policy of insurance, any Indemnitee may participate at its own expense in any judicial proceeding controlled by Lessee or an insurer pursuant to the preceding provisions, and such participation shall not constitute a waiver of the indemnification provided in this Clause 14 (Indemnities). 14.3 Refunds Any sums paid by Lessee to Lessor and/or any other Indemnitee in respect of any Claim pursuant to Clauses 14.1 (General) and 14.2 (Notification and Contest) shall be paid subject to the condition that, in the event that Lessor or such Indemnitee (whichever received the payment) is subsequently reimbursed in respect of that Claim by any other Person, Lessor or such Indemnitee (whichever received the payment) shall promptly pay to Lessee an amount equal to the sum received by Lessor (not to exceed the sum paid to it by Lessee), including any interest on such amount to the extent attributable thereto and actually received by Lessor or such Indemnitee, less any Tax payable by Lessor or such Indemnitee in respect of such reimbursement and less any costs and expenses incurred by Lessor or such Indemnitee in obtaining such reimbursement (to the extent that Lessor or such Indemnitee has not been reimbursed for such costs and expenses by Lessee). 14.4 Subrogation Upon the payment in full of any indemnity pursuant to this Clause 14 (Indemnities) by Lessee, Lessee will be subrogated to any right of the relevant Indemnitee in respect of the matter against which such indemnity has been made. 14.5 Duration The indemnities and obligations contained in this Agreement will continue in full force after the expiration, cancellation or other termination of this Agreement notwithstanding any breach or repudiation of this Agreement by Lessor or Lessee or the termination of the leasing of the Aircraft under this Agreement. 15. INSURANCE 15.1 Insurances (a) Lessee shall, at its own expense, obtain and maintain the Insurances in full force during the Term and thereafter and, in each case, as required by this Agreement which shall have such deductibles and be subject to such exclusions as may (in each case) be permitted by this Agreement or as otherwise approved by Lessor (acting reasonably) and with such

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insurers, brokers and underwriters complying with Clause 15.1(b). (b) The Insurances shall be effected either: (i) on a direct basis with insurers of recognized standing who normally participate in aviation insurances in the leading international insurance markets and led by reputable underwriter(s) and through brokers of recognized standing; or (ii) with a single insurer or group of insurers who do not meet the requirements of Clause 15.1(b)(i) but who effect substantial reinsurance with reinsurers who normally participate in aviation insurances in the leading international insurance markets and through brokers, each of recognized standing. 15.2 Requirements Requirements as to the Insurances are as specified in this Clause 15 (Insurance) and in Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements). 15.3 Insurance Covenants Lessee shall: (a) comply with the terms and conditions of each policy of the Insurances and any applicable Regulations and not do, consent or agree to any act or omission which: (i) invalidates the Insurances; or (ii) renders void or voidable the whole or any part of any of the Insurances; or (iii) brings any particular insured liability within the scope of an exclusion or exception to the Insurances; provided that the foregoing shall not prohibit Lessee from operating the Aircraft temporarily in any manner or location in the event of an emergency; (b) not, without the prior written consent of Lessor (acting reasonably) take out any insurance or procure any reinsurance in respect of the Aircraft other than those required to be maintained by Lessee under this Agreement unless relating solely to liability insurance, hull total loss, business interruption, profit commission and deductible risk; (c) on request, provide to Lessor such documents and information as may be reasonably requested by Lessor (i) in respect of claims made under the insurances or (ii) evidencing payment of Insurance premiums (including daily status updates of payment or non-payment of premiums after issuance of any notice of cancellation for failure to pay premiums until such time as the policy is reinstated); (d) if at any time insurance clause AVN 2000A or its successor is endorsed on the policies of Insurance, ensure that the insurance write back clauses AVN 2001A and AVN 2002A as applicable (or any equivalent clauses) are endorsed on the policies of Insurance required to be maintained under this Agreement and give and comply with all representations, warranties and undertakings required by the insurers or reinsurers in connection with such clauses; and (e) provide any other information and assistance in respect of the Insurances which Lessor

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may from time to time reasonably request. 15.4 Renewal of Insurances Lessee shall commence renewal procedures at least thirty (30) days prior to the expiry of any Insurances, and provide to Lessor upon written request: (a) confirmation of completion of renewal prior to each insurance expiry date; and (b) certificates of insurance (and where appropriate certificates of reinsurance), and a brokers’ and any reinsurance brokers’ letter of undertaking in a form acceptable to Lessor in English, detailing the coverage and confirming the insurers’ (and any reinsurers’) agreement to the specified insurance requirements of this Agreement within seven (7) days after each renewal date. 15.5 Failure to Insure If Lessee fails to maintain the Insurances in compliance with this Agreement, Lessor will be entitled but not bound (without prejudice to any other rights of Lessor under this Agreement): (a) to pay the premiums due or to effect and maintain insurances satisfactory to it or otherwise remedy Lessee’s failure in such manner (including, without limitation to effect and maintain an owner’s interest policy) as Lessor considers appropriate, and any sums so expended by Lessor will become immediately due and payable by Lessee to Lessor together with interest thereon at the Default Rate, from the date of expenditure by Lessor up to the date of reimbursement by Lessee; and (b) at any time while such failure is continuing to require the Aircraft to remain grounded or to proceed to and remain at any airport designated by Lessor (or Financing Party) until the failure is remedied to its satisfaction. 15.6 Continuing Insurance for Indemnity Except in case of a Total Loss, for a period ending on the earlier of the two (2) year anniversary of the Termination Date and the next due C Check after the Termination Date, Lessee shall effect and maintain for the benefit of the Indemnitees ongoing product liability and completed operations insurance in respect of the risks and liabilities covered by the insurance required by Clause 1(d) of Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements). Additionally, if required to provide such insurance pursuant to a transfer in accordance with Clause 21.2 (Lessor Transfer) that provides for any transferring Indemnitee to be named as an additional insured, Lessee shall effect and maintain for the benefit of such Indemnitees ongoing product liability and completed operations insurance in respect of the risks and liabilities covered by the insurance required by Clause 1(d) of Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements) for a period ending on the earlier of the two (2) year anniversary of such transfer and the next due C Check after such transfer. 15.7 Application of Insurance Proceeds As between Lessor and Lessee all insurance proceeds shall be paid in accordance with Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements). 15.8 AVN 67B Lessor confirms that notwithstanding the provisions of this Clause 15 (Insurance) and Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements), Lessee shall be entitled to maintain insurance in respect of the Aircraft for the purposes of this Agreement which reflects the then current Lloyds’ endorsement AVN 67B

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or any successor Lloyds’ endorsement. In the event that any provision of the then current AVN 67B or any successor Lloyds’ endorsement conflicts or is otherwise inconsistent with the requirements of this Clause 15 (Insurance) and Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements), then (so long as it shall be general industry practice to insure aircraft financed or leased on the basis of any such endorsement) such conflicting or inconsistent provision of AVN 67B or any successor Lloyds’ endorsement (as at the date hereof) shall prevail and such endorsement shall be deemed to satisfy the requirements of this Agreement. 15.9 Assignment If any Lessor Party or Financing Party assigns or transfers its direct or indirect interest in the Aircraft as permitted under this Agreement, the Aircraft or this Agreement, Lessee will, upon request, promptly procure that the assignee or transferee (including any Financing Party) shall be added as a further named insured to any of the insurances referred to in this Clause 15 so as to enjoy the same rights and protection under such insurances as the transferring or assigning Lessor Party or Financing Party may from time to time have. If any Lessor Party or Financing Party so assigns or transfers such interest and thereafter ceases to have a direct or indirect interest in the Aircraft, Lessee shall, at the request of such Lessor Party or Financing Party effect and maintain for the benefit of such Lessor Party or Financing Party and its respective officers, directors, agents, shareholders, members, managers, partners, Affiliates, employees and contractors the insurance required by Clause 15.6 (Continuing Insurance for Indemnity) for a period of two years or until, if earlier, the next Heavy Maintenance Check and shall ensure that such persons shall be named as additional insureds thereunder. 15.10 No Security Interests Lessee shall not create or permit to exist any Security Interest over the insurances required by this Agreement, or its interest therein save as constituted by this Agreement and the Operative Documents. 15.11 Installation of Third Party Engine If Lessee installs an engine not owned by Lessor on the Aircraft, either (a) Lessee’s hull insurance on the Aircraft will increase automatically to such higher amount as is necessary in order to satisfy both Lessor’s requirement to receive the Agreed Value in the event of a Total Loss and the amount required by the third party engine owner or (b) separate additional insurance on such engine will attach in order to satisfy separately the requirements of Lessee to such third party engine owner. 15.12 Lessor Coverage for Lessee’s Employees Lessor and the other additional insureds will be covered under Lessor’s legal liability insurance for death or injury to Lessee’s employees, pilots and crew. 16. LOSS, DAMAGE AND REQUISITION 16.1 Total Loss (a) If a Total Loss of the Aircraft or Airframe occurs during the Term, Lessee shall pay the Agreed Value to Lessor (or if requested by Lessor, the Financing Parties Representative) on or prior to the earlier of: (i) [REDACTED] days after the Total Loss Date in respect of that Total Loss (subject to Lessor using its commercially reasonable efforts to agree and execute a release agreement in form and substance satisfactory to the relevant insurers and reinsurers

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and, if relevant, the Financing Parties Representative (for the avoidance of doubt, so long as Lessor used commercially reasonable efforts to execute such a release agreement, the fact that a release agreement has not been executed by such date shall not relieve Lessee of its obligation to pay the Agreed Value to Lessor)); and (ii) [REDACTED] Business Days after the date of receipt of insurance proceeds in respect of that Total Loss. Lessee will pay all unpaid Rent calculated up to and including the date that it pays Lessor (or Financing Parties Representative, if applicable) the Agreed Value. (b) Subject to the rights of any insurers and reinsurers or other third parties, upon irrevocable payment in full to Lessor of the Agreed Value and all other amounts which may be or become payable to Lessor under this Agreement, Lessor shall transfer to Lessee all of Lessor’s right, title and interest in and to the Aircraft including any Engines and Parts not installed when the Total Loss occurred, on an “AS IS, WHERE IS” basis and without recourse, representation or warranty (except a representation and warranty that Lessor is transferring such title to the Aircraft as the transferee from the Airframe Manufacturer received from the Airframe Manufacturer free from all Lessor Liens), and Lessor shall provide such documents as Lessee may reasonably require to evidence and perfect such transfer of title in accordance with all applicable Laws (including the provision, if required, to Lessee of bills of sale and removal of any International Interests created by this Agreement from the International Registry). (c) Upon a Total Loss of any Engine not involving a Total Loss of the Airframe, Lessee shall give Lessor prompt written notice thereof, and Lessee shall replace the Engine that suffered the Total Loss by procuring that title to a Replacement Engine is conveyed to Lessor in accordance with Clause 12.6 (Permanent Replacement of Engines and Parts) within the earlier of (i) [REDACTED] days after the Total Loss Date and (ii) [REDACTED] Business Days after the date of receipt of insurance proceeds in respect of such Total Loss. 16.2 Requisition (a) During any requisition for use or hire of the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part which does not constitute a Total Loss: (i) the Rent and other amounts payable under this Agreement will not be suspended or abated either in whole or in part, and Lessee will not be released from any of its other obligations under the Agreement (other than operational obligations with which Lessee is unable to comply solely by virtue of the requisition); (ii) so long as no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, Lessee shall be entitled to any rent or fees paid by the requisitioning authority in respect of the Term; (iii) Lessee shall, as soon as practicable after the end of any such requisition, cause the Aircraft to be put into the condition required by this Agreement (including if the requisitioning period extends beyond the Expiry Date, putting the Aircraft into the Redelivery Condition); and (iv) Lessor shall be entitled to all compensation payable by the requisitioning authority in respect of any change in the structure, state or condition of the Aircraft arising during the period of requisition, and Lessor shall apply such compensation in

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reimbursing Lessee for the cost of complying with its obligations under this Agreement in respect of any such change, provided that if any Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, Lessor may apply the compensation in or towards settlement of any amounts owing by Lessee under this Agreement. 16.3 Other Loss or Damage If the Aircraft or any part thereof suffers loss or damage not constituting a Total Loss of the Aircraft or the Airframe, all the obligations of Lessee under this Agreement shall continue in full force, and Lessee shall promptly procure the repair or replacement of all damaged or lost Parts in accordance with this Agreement. 17. DISCLAIMERS LESSOR AND LESSEE AGREE THAT THE DISCLAIMERS, WAIVERS AND CONFIRMATIONS SET FORTH IN CLAUSES 17.1 (EXCLUSION) TO 17.5 (CONFIRMATION) SHALL APPLY AT ALL TIMES WITH EFFECT FROM LESSEE’S ACCEPTANCE OF THE AIRCRAFT IN ACCORDANCE WITH CLAUSE 3 (DELIVERY), WHICH ACCEPTANCE SHALL BE CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE THAT LESSEE HAS FULLY INSPECTED THE AIRCRAFT AND EVERY PART THEREOF AND THAT THE AIRCRAFT, THE ENGINES, THE PARTS AND THE AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTS ARE TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE TO LESSEE, INDEPENDENT OF AND WITHOUT RELIANCE ON ANY STATEMENT OR REPRESENTATION MADE BY LESSOR, ANY OTHER LESSOR PARTY, OR ANY AFFILIATE, AGENT, EMPLOYEE OR CONTRACTOR THEREOF, AND SATISFY THE DELIVERY CONDITION AND ARE IN SUITABLE CONDITION FOR DELIVERY TO AND ACCEPTANCE BY LESSEE EXCEPT AS MAY OTHERWISE BE EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THE ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE AND ACKNOWLEDGED IN WRITING BY LESSOR. 17.1 Exclusion THE AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN LEASED HEREUNDER “AS IS, WHERE IS”, AND LESSEE AGREES AND ACKNOWLEDGES THAT: (a) LESSOR AND THE OTHER INDEMNITEES WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY IN RELATION TO, AND NEITHER LESSOR NOR ANY OTHER INDEMNITEE HAS MADE OR GIVEN NOR WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE MADE OR GIVEN (WHETHER BY VIRTUE OF HAVING DONE OR FAILED TO DO ANY ACT, OR HAVING ACQUIRED OR FAILED TO ACQUIRE ANY STATUS UNDER OR IN RELATION TO THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE), ANY WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO, THE AIRCRAFT OR ANY ENGINE OR PART UNDER THIS AGREEMENT INCLUDING THE TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AIRWORTHINESS, COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIFICATIONS, OPERATION, MERCHANTABILITY, QUALITY, FREEDOM FROM INFRINGEMENT OF PATENT OR OTHER PROPRIETARY RIGHTS, THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY, TRACEABILITY OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTS, THE FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE, VALUE, DURABILITY, CONDITION, OR DESIGN, OR AS TO THE QUALITY OF THE MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP, THE ABSENCE OF LATENT OR OTHER DEFECTS, WHETHER OR NOT DISCOVERABLE, OR AS TO ANY OTHER MATTER WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING FROM A COURSE OF PERFORMANCE OR DEALING OR USAGE OR TRADE) WITH RESPECT TO THE AIRCRAFT, ANY

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ENGINE OR ANY PART OR ANY SERVICES PROVIDED BY LESSOR UNDER THIS AGREEMENT; PROVIDED THAT THIS CLAUSE 17.1(A) SHALL NOT APPLY TO LESSOR’S REPRESENTATION AND WARRANTY SET FORTH IN CLAUSE 2(G) (LESSOR’S REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES) OF SCHEDULE 2 (REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES); AND (b) NEITHER LESSOR NOR ANY OTHER INDEMNITEE SHALL HAVE ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY WHATSOEVER TO LESSEE (WHETHER ARISING IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT, AND WHETHER ARISING BY REFERENCE TO NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE) FOR: (i) ANY LIABILITY, CLAIM, PROCEEDING, FEE, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED OR ALLEGED TO BE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY THE AIRCRAFT OR ANY ENGINE OR BY ANY INADEQUACY THEREOF OR DEFICIENCY OR DEFECT THEREIN OR BY ANY OTHER CIRCUMSTANCE IN CONNECTION THEREWITH (UNLESS LESSEE IS DEPRIVED OF POSSESSION OF THE AIRCRAFT AS A RESULT OF A LESSOR PARTY’S BREACH OF ITS QUIET ENJOYMENT COVENANT IN CLAUSE 8.1 (QUIET ENJOYMENT)); (ii) THE USE, OPERATION OR PERFORMANCE OF THE AIRCRAFT OR ANY RISKS RELATING THERETO (UNLESS LESSEE IS DEPRIVED OF POSSESSION OF THE AIRCRAFT AS A RESULT OF A LESSOR PARTY’S BREACH OF ITS QUIET ENJOYMENT COVENANT IN CLAUSE 8.1 (QUIET ENJOYMENT)); (iii) ANY INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE, LOSS OF BUSINESS OR ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR ANY OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE (UNLESS DUE TO A LESSOR PARTY’S BREACH OF ITS QUIET ENJOYMENT COVENANT IN CLAUSE 8.1 (QUIET ENJOYMENT)); (iv) ANY INADEQUACY OF THE AIRCRAFT OR ANY PART THEREOF FOR ANY PURPOSE OR ANY DEFICIENCY OR DEFECT THEREIN OR LOSS THEREOF; OR (v) THE DELIVERY, OPERATION, SERVICING, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, IMPROVEMENT OR REPLACEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT, ANY ENGINE OR ANY PART. (c) LESSEE ALONE HAS SELECTED THE AIRCRAFT FOR LEASING BY LESSOR TO LESSEE. 17.2 Waiver LESSEE HEREBY WAIVES, AS BETWEEN ITSELF AND LESSOR AND EACH OTHER INDEMNITEE, ALL ITS RIGHTS IN RESPECT OF ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ON THE PART OF LESSOR OR ANY OTHER INDEMNITEE AND ALL CLAIMS AGAINST LESSOR AND ANY OTHER INDEMNITEE HOWSOEVER AND WHENEVER ARISING AT ANY TIME IN RESPECT OF OR OUT OF THE MATTERS EXPRESSLY WAIVED IN CLAUSE 17.1 (EXCLUSION). LESSEE FURTHER AGREES THAT, SUBJECT TO CLAUSE 7.3 (C) (ABSOLUTE OBLIGATIONS), ITS ONLY RIGHT WITH RESPECT TO A DEFAULT BY LESSOR UNDER THIS AGREEMENT IS TO

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MAKE A CLAIM AGAINST LESSOR FOR ACTUAL DAMAGES RESULTING DIRECTLY THEREFROM. LESSEE HEREBY WAIVES ANY AND ALL OTHER RIGHTS OR REMEDIES IT MAY HAVE UNDER ARTICLE 2A OF THE UCC (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION 2A-211, 2A-406 AND 2A-508 THROUGH 2A-522) AS IN EFFECT IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK, OR OTHERWISE. 17.3 Disclaimer of Consequential Damages EACH PARTY HEREBY AGREES THAT, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN, IT SHALL NOT BE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS AND WAIVES ANY RIGHT THAT IT MAY OTHERWISE HAVE TO RECOVER LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOST PROFITS, LOST REVENUE OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES AS A RESULT OF ANY BREACH OR ALLEGED BREACH BY ANY OTHER PARTY OF ANY OF THE AGREEMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT OR THE OTHER OPERATIVE DOCUMENTS. 17.4 No Duties LESSEE ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT LESSOR HAS NO FIDUCIARY OR OTHER DUTIES TO LESSEE WHATSOEVER, AND THAT LESSOR’S ONLY OBLIGATIONS TO LESSEE ARE THOSE OBLIGATIONS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN. 17.5 Confirmation LESSEE CONFIRMS THAT IT IS FULLY AWARE OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS CLAUSE 17 (DISCLAIMERS) AND ACKNOWLEDGES THAT RENT AND OTHER AMOUNTS PAYABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT HAVE BEEN CALCULATED TAKING ITS PROVISIONS INTO ACCOUNT. 18. REDELIVERY; PURCHASE OPTION 18.1 Redelivery (a) On the Required Redelivery Date, Lessee shall (unless a Total Loss has occurred) redeliver the Aircraft and Aircraft Documents (which shall include each of the documents referred to in Schedule 7 (Aircraft Documents at Redelivery)) to Lessor at Lessee’s expense at the Redelivery Location in accordance with the procedures, and in compliance with the conditions set forth, in Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions). (b) Lessee shall, at the request of Lessor (acting reasonably), promptly assist Lessor in taking all steps necessary to remove this Agreement from the registry of the Aviation Authority and effecting deregistration of the Aircraft and its export from the country where the Aircraft is situated and taking any other steps necessary to enable the Aircraft to be redelivered to Lessor in accordance with this Agreement. (c) If (i) Lessee has not made a Purchase Option Offer pursuant to Clause 18.7(a) (Purchase Option) or (ii) Lessee has made a Purchase Option Offer but Lessor exercises its right to reject such Purchase Option Offer pursuant to and in accordance with Clause 18.7(b) (Purchase Option), on the Redelivery Date, Lessee shall pay to Lessor the Redelivery Maintenance Payment due and owing pursuant to and calculated in accordance with Part B (Redelivery Maintenance Payment) of the Financial Terms Annex. For the avoidance of doubt, no Redelivery Maintenance Payment is payable in the event of an Aircraft or

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Airframe Total Loss. (d) Notwithstanding any other provision hereof to the contrary, Lessee shall not be obligated to pay Rent in respect of any period after execution by both parties of the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate. (e) Lessee shall assign to Lessor or its designee in a form and substance acceptable to Lessor (acting reasonably) any rights Lessee may have under any warranties in respect of the Aircraft, including, without limitation, those relating to an overhaul event, redelivery maintenance, painting or any other maintenance or modification of the Aircraft (including any Engine or Part). 18.2 Non-Compliance (a) If on the Required Redelivery Date, the condition of the Aircraft does not comply with this Agreement (regardless of the circumstance), then: (i) Lessee shall rectify the non-compliance and/or compensate Lessor as contemplated by Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions) and to the extent that the non-compliance (including failure to pay any sum in lieu of compliance as permitted by the terms of Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions)) extends beyond the Expiry Date, the Term will be automatically extended solely for the purpose of enabling such non-compliance to be rectified; (ii) Lessee shall not use the Aircraft in commercial passenger operations except such operations directly related to the redelivery of the Aircraft to Lessor; (iii) all Lessee’s obligations and covenants under this Agreement will remain in full force until Lessee so redelivers the Aircraft; and (iv) Lessee shall pay to Lessor monthly in arrears Rent in an amount equal to the Rent due immediately before the Required Redelivery Date for the first [REDACTED] days of delay and [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) of Rent thereafter, prorated to reflect the actual days elapsed in respect of the period during which the Term is so extended. (b) If on the Required Redelivery Date, the condition of the Aircraft does not comply with this Agreement (regardless of the circumstance), then Lessor may elect (either on first tender of the Aircraft for redelivery or at any time during a period of extension pursuant to Clause 18.2(a)(i)) to accept redelivery of the Aircraft notwithstanding non-compliance with Clause 18.1 (Redelivery) or Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions), in which case Lessee shall pay Lessor its reasonable and documented costs of putting the Aircraft into the condition required by this Agreement. Any discrepancies between the condition of the Aircraft and Aircraft Documents and the Redelivery Conditions resolved by payment of compensation pursuant to the third paragraph of Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions) shall not constitute non-compliance for purposes of this Clause 18.2. 18.3 Export Documents After redelivery of the Aircraft, and if requested by Lessor and subject to Lessor’s cooperation therewith, Lessee shall provide to Lessor, at Lessee’s cost and expense (except as set forth in Clause 18.3(b)), all documents necessary to export the Aircraft from the State of Registration (including, without limitation, a valid and subsisting (a) export license, and (b) if provided by the State of Registration, an export certificate of airworthiness for the Aircraft, at Lessor’s cost and expense)

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required in relation to the deregistration of the Aircraft with the Aviation Authority or the re-registration of the Aircraft with another aviation authority. 18.4 Acceptance and Acknowledgement When the Aircraft complies with the conditions set forth in Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions) to be complied with before redelivery and Lessee tenders the Aircraft to Lessor at the Redelivery Location, Lessor shall (in good faith and acting reasonably) promptly accept redelivery and Lessor shall deliver to Lessee the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate confirming that Lessee has redelivered the Aircraft to Lessor in accordance with this Agreement. 18.5 Cooperation with Remarketing During the [REDACTED] months immediately preceding the Expiry Date, Lessee shall co-operate in all reasonable respects with the efforts of Lessor to lease or sell the Aircraft, including, without limitation, permitting potential lessees or purchasers to inspect the Aircraft and the records relating thereto provided that the same shall not interfere with Lessee’s use or maintenance of the Aircraft or require Lessee to incur out-of-pocket expenses for which it is not reimbursed and Lessor shall use commercially reasonable efforts to minimize the number and frequency of such inspections. 18.6 Technical Report [REDACTED] months prior to the Expiry Date, Lessee shall provide Lessor with a technical report substantially in the form of Schedule 17 (Form of Technical Report). In addition, at Lessor’s request, Lessee shall provide Lessor with (a) [REDACTED], (b) [REDACTED], (c) [REDACTED], (d) [REDACTED], (e) [REDACTED], (f) [REDACTED], (g) [REDACTED], (h) [REDACTED] and (i) any other data reasonably requested by Lessor. 18.7 Purchase Option (a) Upon not less than [REDACTED] months’ nor more than [REDACTED] months’ prior written notice to Lessor, Lessee may, at its option, elect to purchase the Aircraft on the Expiry Date at the Purchase Option Price (the “Purchase Option Offer”). (b) Following the notice given by Lessee in accordance with Clause 18.7(a), Lessor shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to elect to have the Anticipated Fair Market Value of the Aircraft determined in accordance with Clause 18.7(c) by giving Lessee notice of such election. Upon the determination of the Anticipated Fair Market Value of the Aircraft in accordance with Clause 18.7(c), Lessor shall have the right to reject the Purchase Option Offer if the determination of the Anticipated Fair Market Value of the Aircraft is greater than the Purchase Option Rejection Threshold, within [REDACTED] days after such determination but no later than [REDACTED] months prior to the Expiry Date. (c) If pursuant to Clause 18.7(b), Lessor delivers notice to Lessee of Lessor’s election to have the Anticipated Fair Market Value of the Aircraft determined in accordance with this Clause 18.7(c), each party shall name an internationally recognized aircraft appraiser from the list of appraisers included in Clause 6 (Approved Appraisers) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex. If either party fails to name an appraiser within fifteen (15) days of receipt of such notice from Lessor, the decision of the appraiser named by the other party shall control and shall be binding on the parties. Each selected appraiser shall thereafter have a period of fifteen (15) days from the date the second appraiser was named (or if no second appraiser is named, from the date the first appraiser was named) to provide its professional appraisal as to the Anticipated Fair Market Value. If the Anticipated Fair Market Value amount determined by the appraiser providing the lower appraisal is less than ten percent

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(10%) below the higher appraisal then, the average of such Anticipated Fair Market Value amounts will be the Anticipated Fair Market Value. Otherwise, the two appraisers shall jointly name a third internationally recognized aircraft appraiser from the list of appraisers included in Clause 6 (Approved Appraisers) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex, who shall provide its professional appraisal as to the Anticipated Fair Market Value within fifteen (15) days of being named, and the Anticipated Fair Market Value shall be (i) the Anticipated Fair Market Value amount determined by the third appraiser if such Anticipated Fair Market Value amount falls between the Anticipated Fair Market Value amounts determined by the first two appraisers, (ii) the lower of the two Anticipated Fair Market Value amounts determined by the first two appraisers if the Anticipated Fair Market Value amount determined by the third appraiser is less than such Anticipated Fair Market Value amounts, and (iii) the higher of the two Anticipated Fair Market Value amounts determined by the first two appraisers if the Anticipated Fair Market Value amount determined by the third appraiser is higher than such Anticipated Fair Market Value amounts. If the two appraisers named by the parties are unable to agree on a third appraiser within five (5) Business Days, Lessee or Lessor may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction to name the third appraiser. Lessee and Lessor shall each pay the costs and expenses of the appraiser named by it, and shall share equally the costs and expenses of the third appraiser. For purposes of this Clause 18.7(c) and the appraisals to be performed, the Aircraft shall be presumed to be in the condition required under this Agreement. (d) Any Purchase Option Offer which has not been rejected by Lessor in accordance with Clause 18.7(b) shall be irrevocable and shall oblige Lessee to purchase the Aircraft on the Expiry Date and to pay and/or reimburse to Lessor on the Expiry Date the following amounts: (i) the Purchase Option Price; (ii) any amounts paid by Lessor to Lessee for the portion of costs of incorporating Airworthiness Directives on the Aircraft; and (iii) all other amounts which are then due and payable by Lessee under this Agreement or any other Operative Document. (e) If Lessor receives the amounts specified in Clause 18.7(d) in full on the Expiry Date, Lessor shall transfer title to the Aircraft subject to and in accordance with Clause 18.8 (Purchase Option Transfer Provisions). 18.8 Purchase Option Transfer Provisions If Lessor has received in full the amounts specified in Clause 18.7 (Purchase Option) in accordance with the terms thereof, Lessor shall transfer to Lessee (or to any nominee of Lessee notified in writing by Lessee to Lessor) all of Lessor’s right, title and interest in and to the Aircraft and such transfer shall be: (a) on an “as is, where is” basis, and no express or implied condition, warranty or representation of any kind shall be made or given by Lessor or any Financing Party or any of their respective officers, employees or agents in relation to the airworthiness, condition, design, merchantability, fitness for use or operation of, or otherwise in relation to, the Aircraft, and all express and implied conditions, warranties and representations (or obligations or liability, in contract or in tort) in relation to any such matters, expressed or implied, statutory or otherwise, shall be expressly excluded (other than Lessor’s warranty

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in Clause 18.8(c)); (b) on terms that all costs and expenses (including, without limitation, all stamp, documentary, value added, turnover, transfer, consumption and sales or similar Taxes and all other Taxes relating to the transfer, sale and/or purchase of the Aircraft and/or of title of the Aircraft to Lessee (or any such affiliate) or execution and delivery of any bill of sale or other instrument) shall be borne by Lessee, provided always that Lessee and Lessor shall consult upon request with a view to minimizing or eliminating such Taxes; and (c) without recourse or warranty (except for Lessor’s warranty that the Aircraft is free of Lessor Liens). 19. EVENTS OF DEFAULT 19.1 Events Each of the following events will constitute an Event of Default, a “default” under the Cape Town Convention and a breach of this Agreement by Lessee: (a) Non-payment: Lessee fails to make (i) any payment of Rent or the Purchase Option Price under this Agreement within [REDACTED] Business Days after such payment is due, or Lessee fails to make any other payment when due hereunder within [REDACTED] Business Days after Lessee receives written notice that such payment is due and has not been paid in accordance with the terms hereof; or (b) [Reserved]; (c) Insurance: (i) a notice of cancellation is given in respect of any Insurances required by Clause 15 (Insurance) or Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements) and the same is not renewed or replaced in satisfaction of the requirements of Clause 15 (Insurance) or Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements) at least [REDACTED] Business Days prior to such cancellation; (ii) the Aircraft is operated at a time or in a place where any insurance required by Clause 15 (Insurance) and Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements) is not in effect; (iii) the existence, validity, enforceability or priority of the rights of Lessor in respect of the Aircraft hereunder, or of the Financing Parties Representative, as mortgagee, in the Aircraft or this Agreement or of the Financing Parties Representative as assignee of the insurances required under this Agreement is challenged by Lessee or any other person claiming through Lessee; or (d) Breach: (i) Lessee fails to comply with any other provision of this Agreement or any other Operative Document (other than any failure that relates to a period of time before the execution of this Agreement) and such failure continues for [REDACTED] days after written notice from Lessor to Lessee; provided that Lessee shall have an additional [REDACTED] days to remedy such failure if such breach is capable of remedy and Lessee is diligently seeking to rectify the breach; (ii) Lessee or any person owning more than a [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) interest in or has control over Lessee is or becomes a Prohibited

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Person; (iii) any of the Operative Documents or any provision thereof shall cease to be in full force or effect to the extent directly attributable to Lessee, or Lessee or any person acting by or on behalf of Lessee shall deny or disaffirm Lessee’s obligations under any of the Operative Documents, except in the case of an Illegality Event pursuant to Clause 19.5 (Illegality) or a partial invalidity or unenforceability if that partial invalidity or unenforceability does not materially adversely affect the interests of any Lessor Party or Financing Party or Lessee’s ability to perform its obligations under any of the Operative Documents; (iv) Lessee suspends or ceases or threatens to suspend or cease to carry on its business as a commercial air carrier; or (e) Representation: any representation or warranty made by Lessee in or pursuant to this Agreement or any other Operative Document (other than any failure that relates to a period of time before the execution of this Agreement) is or proves to have been incorrect in any material respect when made or deemed made and such incorrectness has a materially adverse effect on the rights or interests of Lessor or the ability of Lessee to perform its obligations hereunder and the circumstances giving rise to the breach of such representation or warranty are not remedied to Lessor’s satisfaction within [REDACTED] days after notice to Lessee from Lessor requiring such remedy; provided that Lessee shall have an additional [REDACTED] days to remedy such breach if the breach is capable of remedy and Lessee is diligently seeking to remedy the breach; or (f) Authorizations: (i) any authorization required by Lessee to authorize, or required in connection with, the execution, delivery, validity, enforceability or admissibility in evidence of this Agreement or the performance by Lessee of its obligations under this Agreement; or (ii) the registration of the Aircraft or the Aircraft’s certificate of airworthiness; or (iii) any airline license or air transport license required by Lessee; is withheld, or is revoked, suspended, cancelled, withdrawn, terminated or not renewed, or otherwise ceases to be in full force and is not, as applicable, restored, replaced, returned, re-granted or renewed within [REDACTED] Business Days, or otherwise ceases to be in full force and effect and Lessor reasonably determines that such modification, withholding, revocation, suspension, cancellation, withdrawal, termination, expiration, non-renewal or cessation may prejudice the rights of any Lessor Party or Financing Party under or in connection with the Operative Documents, may have a material adverse effect on ability to perform its obligations thereunder, may jeopardise the interest of any Lessor Party or Financing Party in the Aircraft or this Agreement or may give rise to criminal liability of any Lessor Party or Financing Party; provided that in the case of any consent, authorization, license, certificate, approval, registration or declaration necessary to enable Lessee to operate as a commercial air carrier, the Aircraft is not operated by Lessee until the circumstances are so remedied; or (g) Insolvency: Other than in respect of the Bankruptcy Cases, Lessee is, or is deemed for the purposes of any relevant Law to be, unable to pay its debts as they fall due or to be insolvent, or admits

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in writing its inability to pay its debts generally as they fall due; or. (h) Liquidation and Similar Proceedings: Other than in respect of the Bankruptcy Cases: (i) Lessee passes a resolution or takes any material step (including filing of a petition or application to the court or affidavit, giving of notice, petition proposal or convening a meeting or giving notice) with a view to a composition, assignment or arrangement with its creditors of, or the rehabilitation, administration (whether out of court or otherwise), custodianship, reorganization, liquidation, protection from creditors or dissolution of, Lessee or any other insolvency or bankruptcy proceedings involving Lessee; (ii) after Lessee’s request therefore, any order (including an order for relief) is made or resolution passed or petition filed for any such composition, assignment, arrangement, rehabilitation, administration (whether out of court or otherwise), custodianship, reorganization, liquidation, dissolution or insolvency or bankruptcy proceedings, or Lessee becomes subject to or enters into any of the foregoing; provided that if a creditor of Lessee files an involuntary petition for Lessee’s bankruptcy or liquidation, such petition has been in effect and unstayed for at least [REDACTED] days; (iii) any liquidator, trustee in bankruptcy, judicial custodian, compulsory manager, receiver, administrative receiver, administrator, examiner or similar officer (in each case, whether out of court or otherwise) is appointed, or an assignment for the benefit of creditors is made, or an order for relief under the bankruptcy laws of any jurisdiction is requested by Lessee and granted or entered, in respect of Lessee or any of its assets; (iv) an administrative or other receiver or manager or other insolvency officer (in each case, whether out of court or otherwise) is appointed at the request of Lessee in respect of Lessee or any material part of its assets; (v) an involuntary case or proceeding is commenced in a court of competent jurisdiction against Lessee seeking liquidation, reorganization, control, supervision or other relief with respect to Lessee or its debts under any insolvency law or seeking the appointment of a trustee, examiner, liquidator, administrator, receiver, custodian or similar official of Lessee or any material part of the business or assets of Lessee and such involuntary case or other proceeding shall remain un-dismissed and un-stayed for a period of [REDACTED] days; (vi) all or any material part of the business or assets of Lessee is attached, sequestered, levied upon or subjected to any form of distraint or execution, unless (i) such attachment, sequestration, levy, distraint or execution (any of which, an “Attachment”) is being contested in good faith by Lessee in appropriate proceedings, (ii) such Attachment, whether or not stayed or released, does not, in the reasonable opinion of Lessor, have a material adverse effect on Lessee’s ability to perform its obligations under any of Operative Documents and (iii) such Attachment remains unstayed or unreleased for no more than [REDACTED] days; (vii) Lessee suspends or threatens in writing to suspend making payments (whether of principal or interest) with respect to all or any of its debts or a moratorium is

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declared in respect of all or any of Lessee’s debts; (viii) Lessee commences a voluntary case or other proceeding (including any interim proceeding) seeking (A) liquidation, reorganisation, control, supervision or other relief with respect to itself or its debts under any Bankruptcy Law or (B) the appointment of a trustee, examiner, liquidator, administrator, receiver, custodian or similar official of Lessee or of any material part of the business or assets of Lessee; (ix) consents to any such relief or to the appointment of or taking possession by any such official; (x) a final judgment, or in the aggregate, final judgments for the payment of money in excess of US$[REDACTED] (or the equivalent thereof) not covered by insurance shall be rendered against Lessee and the same shall remain undischarged for a period of at least [REDACTED] days during which neither execution of such judgment or judgments shall be effectively stayed nor adequate bonding fully covering such judgment or judgments shall exist; or (i) Other Jurisdiction: there occurs in relation to Lessee any event in any jurisdiction which corresponds with any of the events mentioned in Clause 19.1(j) (Liquidation and Similar Proceedings), other than in respect of the Bankruptcy Cases; or (j) Security Interest: The Aircraft, or any interest of any Lessor Party or any Financing Party in it, or any party’s rights under this Agreement or any other Operative Document, becomes subject to any Security Interest (other than a Permitted Lien); or (k) Redelivery: Lessee fails to redeliver the Aircraft to Lessor on the Expiry Date (or, if different, the Termination Date) in accordance with Clause 18.1 (Redelivery) and such failure continues for [REDACTED] days; provided that Lessee shall have an additional [REDACTED] days to remedy such failure if such breach is capable of remedy and Lessee is diligently seeking to rectify the breach; and provided further that to the extent that there is a failure to redeliver the Aircraft in accordance with Clause 18.1 (Redelivery) due to any discrepancies identified and agreed among the parties and the parties are diligently seeking to rectify such discrepancies, such failure shall not be considered as an Event of Default for the purposes of this Clause 19.1. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, Lessor agrees that the existence or continuance of the Bankruptcy Cases shall not be considered as an Event of Default for the purposes of this Clause 19.1. 19.2 Lessor’s Rights (a) Lessor Rights and Remedies: If an Event of Default occurs and for so long as it continues, Lessor may at its option (and without prejudice to any of its other rights or remedies under this Agreement or available under applicable Law, including under the Cape Town Convention as adopted and implemented in the State of Registration, including, all rights and remedies under Chapter III of the Cape Town Convention and Chapter II of the Protocol as adopted and implemented in the State of Registration), at any time thereafter while such Event of Default is continuing (and subject to compliance with any mandatory requirement of applicable Law then in effect): (i) by notice to Lessee and with immediate effect, terminate or cancel the leasing of the Aircraft or, if such leasing has not yet commenced, terminate or cancel Lessor’s

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obligations under this Agreement (but, in each case, without prejudice to any continuing obligations of Lessee under the Operative Documents (including to provide Insurance, maintain and repair the Aircraft and/or redeliver the Aircraft at the location and in the condition required hereunder)), whereupon all rights of Lessee under this Agreement shall cease; and/or (ii) prohibit Lessee from removing any Engine, Part or Equipment Change from the Aircraft without the prior written consent of Lessor or on such terms and conditions as Lessor may provide in writing to Lessee (the right to issue such prohibition order contained in this Clause 19.2(a)(ii) shall be exercisable by written notice from Lessor to Lessee while an Event of Default is continuing and such prohibition order shall cease automatically once all Events of Default have been cured); and/or (iii) proceed by appropriate court action or actions to enforce performance of the Operative Documents and/or to recover damages for the breach of this Agreement; and/or (iv) either: (A) to the extent permitted by Law take possession of the Aircraft, for which purpose and to the extent permitted by Law, Lessor may enter any premises belonging to or in the occupation of or under the control of Lessee where the Aircraft may be located, or cause the Aircraft to be redelivered to Lessor at the Redelivery Location (or such other location as Lessor may require), and Lessor is hereby irrevocably by way of security for Lessee’s obligations under this Agreement appointed attorney for Lessee in causing the redelivery or in directing the pilots of Lessee or other pilots to fly the Aircraft to that airport and will have all the powers and authorizations necessary for taking that action; or (B) require Lessee to redeliver the Aircraft to Lessor at the Redelivery Location ([REDACTED]); provided that irrespective of which remedy or remedies Lessor pursues, Lessee shall not be relieved of its obligations under Clause 18 (Redelivery). Lessee and Lessor hereby agree that Lessor shall not be required to provide notice to Lessee as set forth in Article IX(6) of the Protocol in connection with a proposal to procure the de-registration and export of the Aircraft without a court order after termination of the leasing of the Aircraft under this Agreement. Lessee expressly agrees to permit Lessor to obtain from any applicable court, pending final determination of any claim resulting from an Event of Default hereunder, speedy relief in the form of any of the orders specified in Article 13 of the Cape Town Convention and Article X of the Protocol as Lessor shall determine, subject to any procedural requirements prescribed by applicable Laws. Lessor and Lessee hereby expressly agree that for purposes of this Agreement, other Operative Documents, and paragraph 2 of Alternative B of Article XI of the Protocol, the insolvency administrator or Lessee, as applicable, shall give Lessor the notice required by said paragraph 2 within [REDACTED] Business Days following a request by Lessor. Lessee hereby consents to the exercise by Lessor of the remedies granted herein and in the Cape Town Convention (in accordance with the terms of the Cape Town Convention). Following termination of the leasing of the Aircraft under this Agreement, Lessee agrees, upon demand by Lessor, to immediately consent to a discharge of any registration made with the International

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Registry in Lessee’s favor. (b) Sale or Re-Lease of Aircraft: If an Event of Default occurs and the leasing of the Aircraft hereunder is terminated, Lessor may sell or re-lease or otherwise deal with the Aircraft at such time and in such manner as Lessor considers appropriate in its sole discretion, free and clear of any interest of Lessee, as if this Agreement had never been entered into. (c) Deregistration/Removal of Lease from Registry: If an Event of Default occurs and for so long as it continues and the leasing of the Aircraft hereunder has been terminated, Lessor may, to the extent permitted by applicable law and regulations, and Lessee shall at the request of Lessor promptly assist Lessor to, take all steps necessary to remove this Agreement from the registry of the Aviation Authority and to effect deregistration of the Aircraft and its export from the country where the Aircraft is for the time being situated and any other steps necessary to enable the Aircraft to be redelivered to and re-leased or sold by Lessor in accordance with this Agreement (including, if required, a valid and subsisting export permit and certificate of airworthiness for the Aircraft). Lessee is aware and hereby acknowledges that the right of Lessor to deregister may be exercised unilaterally, unconditionally and without restrictions (save for the continued existence of an Event of Default or termination of this Agreement) as provided under Article 46 of the Civil Aviation Law of Mexico. (d) Payments: If an Event of Default occurs, Lessor may require that Lessee pay to Lessor, and Lessee shall be liable for and immediately pay to Lessor, and Lessor may proceed by appropriate court action or actions to recover, any or all of the following amounts: (i) [REDACTED]; (ii) [REDACTED]; (iii) [REDACTED]; (iv) [REDACTED]; (v) [REDACTED]; (vi) [REDACTED]; and (vii) [REDACTED]. (e) Interest: Require Lessee to pay, and Lessee shall pay to Lessor, interest on all unpaid amounts at the Default Rate, from the due date until the date of payment in full. (f) No Exclusive Remedy: No remedy referred to in this Clause 19.2 is intended to be exclusive, but, to the extent permissible under this Agreement or under applicable Law and provided that there shall be no duplication, each shall be cumulative and in addition to any other remedy referred to above or otherwise available to Lessor at law or in equity or under the Cape Town Convention and in Lessor’s sole and absolute discretion; and the exercise by Lessor of any one or more of such remedies shall not preclude the simultaneous or later exercise by Lessor of any or all of such other remedies. No waiver by Lessor of any Event of Default shall in any way be, or be construed to be, a waiver of any future subsequent Event of Default. 19.3 Lessor’s Right To Remedy Following the occurrence of an Event of Default, Lessor may, without being in any way obliged to

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do so or responsible for so doing and without prejudice to the ability of Lessor to treat such non-compliance as an Event of Default, effect compliance on behalf of Lessee, whereupon Lessee shall become liable to pay immediately any sums expended by Lessor together with all costs and expenses (including legal costs) in connection with the non-compliance. 19.4 Mitigation Lessor shall use commercially reasonable efforts to mitigate any of its losses, costs or expenses for which Lessee is liable under this Clause 19 (Events of Default), provided that Lessor shall not be obliged to take any step that, in its reasonable opinion, is likely to prejudice Lessor nor is Lessor obliged to achieve any particular result from taking any steps under this Clause 19.4. 19.5 Illegality (a) If at any time there is a Change in Law binding upon Lessee or Lessor in its jurisdiction of incorporation or where it has its principal office or in any jurisdiction in which any action is required to be performed by it for the purposes of any Operative Document which renders, or which will render, it unlawful for (i) Lessee to perform any of its material obligations or to exercise any of its material rights under any Operative Document or (ii) Lessor to lease the Aircraft to Lessee or perform its quiet enjoyment obligation or any payment obligation hereunder (an “Illegality Event”), Lessor or Lessee (as the case may be) shall forthwith provide written notice of the Illegality Event to the other party. (b) Lessor and Lessee shall, for a period of [REDACTED] days from the date of such notice, or such shorter period ending on the Business Day prior to the date on which such Illegality Event takes place, negotiate in good faith to mitigate the effects of such Illegality Event with a view to restructuring the transaction in a manner such that the leasing of the Aircraft to Lessee may continue on the same commercial terms as under the Operative Documents, including, without limitation, by way of amendment, novation or replacement to any Operative Document. (c) If Lessor and Lessee are unable to restructure the transaction as contemplated in Clause 19.5(b) within the time period set forth therein, either party may by notice in writing to the other party terminate the leasing of the Aircraft under this Agreement, such termination to take effect on the latest date on which the relevant party may continue to perform such obligations or be a party to such document without being in breach of applicable Laws or regulations, whereupon Lessee shall forthwith redeliver the Aircraft to Lessor in accordance with Clause 18 (Redelivery). (d) Lessor and Lessee shall bear their own costs and expenses arising out of any negotiations or restructuring pursuant to this Clause 19.5, except that (i) Lessee shall indemnify Lessor on demand for all costs and expenses incurred by Lessor where (A) Lessee is the relevant party and (B) the Illegality Event applies solely in and to Lessee’s jurisdiction of incorporation and not in respect of or to another jurisdiction and (ii) Lessor shall indemnify Lessee on demand for all costs and expenses incurred by Lessee where (A) Lessor is the relevant party and (B) the Illegality Event applies solely in and to Lessor’s jurisdiction of incorporation and not in respect of or to another jurisdiction. 20. TAXATION 20.1 Gross-up (a) All payments by Lessee under or in connection with this Agreement and the other Operative Documents shall be made without set-off or counterclaim, free and clear of and

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without deduction for or on account of all Taxes unless Lessee is required by Law to make any such deduction or withholding. (b) All Taxes (other than Lessor Taxes) in respect of payments under this Agreement shall be for the account of Lessee and shall be paid by Lessee within the period for payment permitted by Law. (c) If any Taxes are required to be deducted or withheld from any amount payable hereunder, Lessee shall: (i) if such Tax is not a Lessor Tax, pay such additional amounts, in the same currency as such payment as may be necessary in order that the amount of such payment received on the date of such payment, after deduction or withholding for all such Taxes (including any deduction or withholding with respect to such additional amount), will be equal to the amount that such Tax Indemnitee would have received if such Taxes had not been deducted or withheld; (ii) pay to the relevant authority within the period for payment permitted by applicable Laws the amount necessary to comply with its legal obligations in respect of such deduction or withholding; and (iii) furnish to each Tax Indemnitee evidence of payment to the relevant authority of all amounts deducted or withheld as aforesaid, which evidence may be provided by certification of such payment by a responsible officer of Lessee if it is not possible to obtain a receipt from the relevant Tax authority. (d) If any payment is made by Lessee under Clause 20.1(c) or Clause 20.3 (Tax Indemnity), and a Tax Indemnitee in good faith determines that it has actually received a credit against, or relief or remission for, or repayment or a refund of, any Tax paid or payable by such Tax Indemnitee in respect of or calculated with reference to Taxes or deduction or withholding giving rise to such payment, such Tax Indemnitee shall, to the extent that it can do so without prejudice to the retention of the amount of such credit, relief, remission or repayment and without leaving such Tax Indemnitee in any worse position than that in which it would have been had such deduction or withholding not been required to be made, pay to Lessee such amount as such Tax Indemnitee shall in good faith have determined to be attributable to the relevant Taxes, deduction or withholding. Nothing in this Clause 20.1(d) shall: (i) interfere with the right of Lessor to arrange its tax affairs in whatever manner it thinks fit and, in particular, but without limitation, Lessor shall not be under any obligation to claim credit, relief, remission or repayment from or against its corporate profits or similar Tax liability in respect of the amount of any such deduction or withholding in priority to any other claims, reliefs, credits or deductions available to Lessor; or (ii) oblige Lessor to disclose any information relating to its Tax affairs or any computations in respect thereof. 20.2 Covenant to Pay Taxes Lessee shall promptly pay when due: (a) all Taxes (other than Lessor Taxes) imposed by any Government Entity with respect to

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the Aircraft, including without limitation the ownership, presence, delivery, leasing, possession, use, operation, maintenance, storage, registration, redelivery, import, export, sale or other disposition of the Aircraft; and (b) all Taxes (other than Lessor Taxes) in respect of any premises where the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part thereof is located from time to time, except to the extent that such payment is being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings, in respect of which adequate reserves have been provided by Lessee and non-payment of which does not give rise to any material risk of the Aircraft or any interest therein being sold, forfeited or otherwise lost or any risk of criminal liability on the part of Lessor or any Tax Indemnitee or any Financing Party. 20.3 Tax Indemnity (a) Lessee agrees to be liable for, and to indemnify and hold harmless each Tax Indemnitee against all Taxes (other than Lessor Taxes) levied or imposed against or upon any Tax Indemnitee or Lessee or the Aircraft and relating to or attributable to Lessee, this Agreement, or the Aircraft or directly or indirectly in connection with the possession, delivery, purchase, sale, transfer, location, existence, importation, transportation, pooling, interchange, leasing, subleasing, wet leasing, chartering, storage, registration, insurance, replacement, maintenance, modification, refurbishment, condition, service, repair, overhaul, control, management, ownership, presence, use, operation, exportation or redelivery of the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part or any part thereof or any rent, receipts, insurance proceeds, income or other amounts arising therefrom, or the making of any Equipment Change. (b) The provisions of Clause 20.3(a) shall not apply to, and Lessee shall have no liability to any Tax Indemnitee in respect of, any Tax to the extent that such Tax (a “Lessor Tax”): (i) arises solely as a result of the Gross Negligence or willful misconduct any Tax Indemnitee; or (ii) is imposed as a result of a Lessor Lien; or (iii) is imposed with respect to any period commencing or event occurring before the Aircraft has been delivered to Lessee or after the Aircraft has been redelivered to Lessor and is no longer subject to this Agreement unless such Tax is attributable to any act, omission, event or circumstance which occurred during the Term and would not have constituted a “Lessor Tax” had it arisen during the Term; or (iv) arises solely from the breach by any Tax Indemnitee of this Agreement but excluding any such breach which is attributable to or arises out of any Event of Default; or (v) is imposed as a result of any connection between that Tax Indemnitee and the jurisdiction imposing the Tax that is unrelated to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or the use or operation of the Aircraft by Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee, or the location or registration of the Aircraft by Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee; or (vi) is imposed or levied on or measured by or with respect to the net income, profits, capital gains, capital, net worth or franchise tax of such Tax Indemnitee by any Government Entity with jurisdiction over Lessor or the Financing Parties or any

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jurisdiction where any such Indemnitee is (A) organized or incorporated, (B) is a resident for tax purposes or (C) has a principal place of business, but excluding any Tax imposed by any government or taxing authority of any jurisdiction if and to the extent that such Tax results from (A) the use, operation, presence or registration of the Aircraft, the Airframe, any Engine or any Part in the jurisdiction imposing the Tax, (B) any Default or any breach including for the avoidance of doubt a breach of a representation by Lessee, or (C) the situs of organization, any place of business or any activity of Lessee or any other person who lawfully has use, possession or custody of the Aircraft, the Airframe, any Engine or any Part in the jurisdiction imposing the Tax; or (vii) is imposed in connection with the sale, transfer, assignment (whether legal or equitable) or other disposition by any Tax Indemnitee or Lessor Party (except in connection with any transfer in connection with Clauses 18.7 (Purchase Option) and 18.8 (Purchase Option Transfer Provisions)) of any or all of its rights, title and interest in or with respect to the Aircraft, the Airframe, any Engine or any Part or this Agreement or any other Operative Document unless such sale, transfer, assignment or disposition occurs as a result of a Default or relates to the replacement of any Engine or Part as contemplated by this Agreement; or (viii) is imposed on such Tax Indemnitee due to the failure of such Tax Indemnitee to file any relevant tax return or tax computation that such Tax Indemnitee was obliged to file by the applicable law in its jurisdiction of organization unless relating to a Tax otherwise indemnified pursuant to this Clause 20.3 and imposed as a result of Lessee’s breach of Clause 20.3(c); or (ix) is imposed on such Tax Indemnitee with respect to its employees or independent contractors; or (x) results from a change by any Tax Indemnitee or Lessor Party of its principal place of business, participating office, jurisdiction of organization or tax residence; or (xi) is imposed on any Assignee (A) if such Tax would not have been imposed on Lessor, or (B) to the extent such Tax exceeds the Tax that would have been imposed on Lessor; or (xii) is imposed on or payable by such Tax Indemnitee that would not have been imposed or payable but for the existence of the Financing Documents except Taxes imposed as a result of (A) the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Lessee or any other user of the Aircraft or (B) a breach by Lessee of any of its representations or covenants under this Agreement. (c) Lessee will provide each Tax Indemnitee such information as may reasonably be requested by such Tax Indemnitee to enable it to fulfill its Tax filing or other information reporting requirements with respect to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. If any report, return or statement is required to be made with respect to any Tax which is subject to indemnification under this Clause 20.3, Lessee will promptly notify Lessor of the requirement, and: (i) if permitted by applicable Law, make and file in a timely manner such report, return or statement (except for any report, return or statement that Lessor has notified Lessee that Lessor or any other Tax Indemnitee intends to prepare and file), prepare such return in such manner as will indicate Lessor as owner and lessor

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of the Aircraft if required or appropriate, and provide Lessor upon request with a copy of each such report, return or statement filed by Lessee, or (ii) if Lessee is not permitted by applicable Law to file any such report, return or statement, Lessee will prepare and deliver to Lessor a proposed form of such report, return or statement within a reasonable time prior to the time such report, return or statement is to be filed. 20.4 Notice and Contest Rights (a) If a written notice of any claim is made against any Tax Indemnitee for any Taxes for which Lessee is required to pay or against which Lessee is required to indemnify such Tax Indemnitee pursuant to Clause 20.3(a) (Tax Indemnity) or Clause 20.1 (Gross-up), such Tax Indemnitee shall promptly notify Lessee thereof in writing; provided that a failure to so notify will not diminish, or relieve Lessee of, any obligations thereunder, except to the extent Lessee’s or such Tax Indemnitee’s successful defense of such claim is prejudiced thereby or Lessee’s liability for costs or Taxes is increased. If reasonably requested by Lessee in writing within thirty (30) days of Lessee’s receipt of notice of such claim, and to the extent that there are means available by which to do so, such Tax Indemnitee shall, provided that no Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing, in good faith diligently contest by pursuing all administrative appeals in the name of such Tax Indemnitee or, in such Tax Indemnitee’s discretion if requested by Lessee, contest in the name of Lessee (or permit Lessee, in such Tax Indemnitee’s discretion if requested by Lessee, to contest in the name of Lessor) the validity, applicability or amount of such Taxes by (i) resisting payment thereof, if practicable, (ii) paying the same only under protest, if protest is necessary and proper or (iii) if payment shall be made, seeking a refund thereof in appropriate administrative proceedings; provided that (A) prior to taking such action Lessee shall have agreed to indemnify, and shall indemnify on demand, such Tax Indemnitee in a manner reasonably satisfactory to such Tax Indemnitee for the amount of the Tax claimed, all costs and expenses which such Tax Indemnitee may incur in connection with contesting such claim (including all reasonable legal and accountants’ fees and disbursements and the amount of any interest, penalties or additions to tax which may be payable as a result of contesting such claim), (B) such Tax Indemnitee shall have determined in good faith that such contest shall not result in any material risk of sale, forfeiture or loss of, or creation of any Security Interest on, the Aircraft, other than Permitted Liens, (C) if such contest is to be initiated by the payment of, and the claiming of a refund for, such Taxes, Lessee shall have advanced to such Tax Indemnitee sufficient funds (on an interest-free basis and, if such Tax Indemnitee shall have determined in good faith that such advance results in taxable income to such Tax Indemnitee, on an after-tax basis) to make such payment, (D) such Tax Indemnitee shall have received an opinion of independent tax counsel selected by such Lessee and reasonably acceptable to Tax Indemnitee that a reasonable basis exists for such contest, (E) Lessee shall have delivered to such Tax Indemnitee a written acknowledgement of Lessee’s obligation to indemnify such Tax Indemnitee for the Tax being contested if the contest is not successful, (F) in the case of a contest conducted by a Tax Indemnitee and not Lessee, the amount of the potential indemnity for which Lessee may be liable to pay such Tax Indemnitee under Clause 20.3(a) (Tax Indemnity) exceeds US$25,000 or the equivalent thereof and (G) the contest is not for a Tax, the imposition of which has been previously contested by Lessee or such Tax Indemnitee, and such contest (including all allowable appeals) was decided adversely to Lessee or such Tax Indemnitee and no change in facts or Law has occurred since then. Nothing contained in this Clause 20.4(a) shall require any Tax Indemnitee to contest, or permit Lessee to contest in the name of such Tax Indemnitee, a claim which

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such Tax Indemnitee would otherwise be required to contest pursuant to Clause 20.3(a) (Tax Indemnity) if such Tax Indemnitee shall waive payment by Lessee of any amount that might otherwise be payable by Lessee under Clause 20.3(a) (Tax Indemnity) in connection with such claim. (b) Each Tax Indemnitee agrees that it shall, as soon as reasonably practicable after it becomes aware of any circumstances which shall, or could reasonably be expected to, become the subject of a claim for indemnification by such Tax Indemnitee pursuant to Clause 20.3(a) (Tax Indemnity) or require Lessee to indemnify or pay an amount under Clause 20.5 (Value Added Tax) or make an increased payment pursuant to Clause 20.1 (Gross-Up), notify Lessee in writing accordingly, provided that a failure to so notify will not diminish, or relieve Lessee of, any obligations hereunder or diminish the rights of the Tax Indemnitee. Similarly, Lessee shall, as soon as reasonably practicable after it becomes aware of any circumstances which shall, or would reasonably be expected to, result in a claim for indemnification under Clause 20.3(a) (Tax Indemnity) or require Lessee to indemnify or pay an amount under Clause 20.5 (Value Added Tax) or make an increased payment pursuant to Clause 20.1 (Gross-up), notify Lessor in writing accordingly. Provided no Event of Default is then continuing, Lessor and Lessee shall then consult with one another in good faith, for a period of up to thirty (30) days in order to determine what action (if any) may reasonably be taken to lawfully mitigate or avoid the incidence of the relevant Taxes (and Lessee shall pay Lessor’s reasonable out of pocket expenses (including legal fees) in relation to any such consultations). Lessor shall then take such steps as it agreed during such consultation to take for that purpose, provided always that (i) it is fully indemnified by Lessee to Lessor’s satisfaction (acting reasonably) for so doing, (ii) it shall not be required to take, or omit to take, any action, if the effect of such action or omission would reasonably be expected to adversely affect Lessor or would be contrary to applicable law, (iii) Lessor shall not be responsible for or obliged to achieve any particular result from the taking of such steps notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, (iv) no Tax Indemnitee shall be required to disclose or do anything that might interfere with its tax affairs or otherwise to disclose any such information that it deems in its opinion (acting reasonably) to be commercially sensitive, confidential or proprietary, except for any such information that would materially affect the result of any contest pursuant to this Clause 20 (Taxation); and (v) no Tax Indemnitee shall be required to take any action that it determines in its sole discretion (acting reasonably) to be materially adverse to its rights or interests or that may subject it to considerable cost, expense or liability that is not paid or indemnified by Lessee. 20.5 Value Added Tax (a) For the purposes of this Clause 20.5: (i) “VAT” means value added tax and any goods and services, sales or turnover tax, imposition or levy of a like nature; and (ii) “supply” includes anything on or in respect of which VAT is chargeable. (b) Lessee shall pay to each Tax Indemnitee (without duplication) or the relevant taxing authority, as the case may be, the amount of any VAT chargeable in respect of any supply for VAT purposes under this Agreement except to the extent such VAT is a Lessor Tax. (c) Each amount stated as payable by Lessee under this Agreement is exclusive of VAT (if any), and if VAT is payable in respect of any amount as aforesaid, Lessee shall pay all such VAT and shall indemnify each Tax Indemnitee against any claims for the same (and

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where appropriate Lessee shall increase the payments which would otherwise be required to be made under this Agreement so that such Tax Indemnitee is left in the same position as it would have been in had no VAT been payable); and Lessee shall provide evidence to such Tax Indemnitee, if available, in respect of payment of any such VAT. 20.6 Information regarding Taxes (a) If Lessee is required by any applicable Laws, or by any third party, to deliver any report or return in connection with any Taxes, Lessee shall complete the same and shall state therein (if appropriate) that Lessee is exclusively responsible for the use and operation of the Aircraft and for any Taxes arising therefrom, and Lessee shall, on request supply a copy of the report or return to Lessor. (b) Lessee shall within thirty (30) days after Lessor’s written request, furnish to Lessor evidence reasonably satisfactory to Lessor of payment of all Taxes arising in connection with or as a result of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement requiring payment within any PBH Rent Period or Fixed Rent Period, including, without limitation, copies of receipts from the relevant tax authorities or other Government Entities for payments of withholding taxes, any Sales Taxes, any VAT and payment of customs duties. (c) Prior to the Lease Commencement Date and as soon as practicable following a request from Lessee, but in any case within the first sixty (60) days of each calendar year during the Term, Lessor or if different, the Rent beneficiary, shall deliver to Lessee a certification from the appropriate governmental tax authority confirming Lessor’s (or, if applicable, such Rent beneficiary’s) residency for tax purposes in its jurisdiction of tax residence with which Mexico has an income tax treaty for the avoidance of double taxation, and provided it remains the practice of the relevant governmental tax authority to provide such certification. If the issuance of such certificate by Lessor (or, if applicable, the Rent beneficiary) is not possible due to the relevant tax authority’s practice or applicable legislation, Lessor and Lessee shall mutually agree on the evidence to be provided by Lessor in place thereof (each acting reasonably). In addition to the foregoing, Lessor agrees to furnish, and to procure that any other relevant Tax Indemnitee furnishes, from time to time to Lessee or to such other Person as Lessee may designate, at Lessee’s request and expense, such other duly executed and properly completed forms by each Tax Indemnitee as such Tax Indemnitee may be permitted and legally able to deliver and as may be necessary or appropriate in order to claim any reduction of, or exemption from any Tax which Lessee may be required to indemnify against hereunder, unless such Tax Indemnitee determines that furnishing such forms would or could reasonably be expected to have an adverse effect on the business or operations of such Tax Indemnitee. 20.7 Taxation of Indemnity Payments (a) If and to the extent that any sums payable to any Indemnitee or any Tax Indemnitee by Lessee under this Agreement by way of indemnity or otherwise under this Agreement are insufficient, by reason of any Taxes payable in respect of those sums, for such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee to discharge the corresponding liability to the relevant third party (including any taxation authority), or to reimburse such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee for the cost incurred by it to a third party (including any taxation authority), Lessee shall pay to such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee such sum as will after the tax liability has been fully satisfied leave that Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee with the same after-tax amount as it would have been entitled to receive in the absence of that

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liability. (b) If and to the extent that any sums constituting (directly or indirectly) an indemnity or other payment under this Agreement to an Indemnitee or a Tax Indemnitee but paid by Lessee to any Person other than such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee are treated as taxable in the hands of such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee, Lessee shall pay to such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee such sum as will, after the tax liability has been fully satisfied at the applicable marginal rate in such jurisdiction, indemnify such Indemnitee or such Tax Indemnitee to the same extent as it would have been indemnified in the absence of such liability. 20.8 Verification At Lessee’s written request within thirty (30) days following Lessee’s receipt of any Tax Indemnitee’s claim for an indemnity pursuant to this Clause 20 (Taxation), or of an amount otherwise payable on an after-Tax basis pursuant to this Agreement, the amount of such claim shall be subject to confidential verification in writing by an internationally recognized firm of certified public accountants selected by Lessee and reasonably acceptable to such Tax Indemnitee. The accounting firm shall be requested to complete its review within thirty (30) days of Lessee’s request for such verification. The computations of such accounting firm shall (a) be delivered simultaneously to Lessee and such Tax Indemnitee and (b) absent prima facie error, be final, binding and conclusive upon Lessee and such Tax Indemnitee. Where the amount of any claim is due and payable by any Tax Indemnitee to a Government Entity prior to the conclusion of any such review then Lessee shall on written demand pay such amount to that Tax Indemnitee for the purposes of enabling that Tax Indemnitee to duly satisfy its obligation to that Government Entity, provided if Lessee pays any indemnity in whole or in part before completion of the verification procedure, for any reason, appropriate adjustments will be made promptly after completion of the verification procedure to take into account any redetermination of the indemnity by the accounting firm, including by having Lessor refund to Lessee any excess indemnity amounts paid to it. The fee and disbursements of such accounting firm shall be paid by Lessee unless such verification shall disclose an error in such Tax Indemnitee’s claimed indemnity amount in favor of such Tax Indemnitee exceeding ten percent (10%), in which case such fee and disbursements shall be paid by such Tax Indemnitee. Lessee and such Tax Indemnitee shall cooperate with such accounting firm and (subject to such accounting firm’s execution of a confidentiality agreement reasonably satisfactory to Lessee and such Tax Indemnitee) shall supply such accounting firm with all information reasonably necessary to permit such review and determination. 20.9 Duration The obligations and indemnities contained in this Clause 20 (Taxation) shall continue in full force after the expiration, cancellation or termination of this Agreement notwithstanding any breach or repudiation of this Agreement by Lessor or Lessee or the termination of the leasing of the Aircraft under this Agreement. 21. ASSIGNMENT AND TRANSFER 21.1 By Lessee Except as expressly permitted by the terms hereof (including without limitation, Clause 10.3 (Subleasing)) Lessee will not assign, delegate or otherwise transfer (voluntarily, involuntarily, by operation of law or otherwise) any of its rights or obligations under this agreement or create or permit to exist any Security Interest over any of its rights under this Agreement or any other

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Operative Document, and any attempt to do so will be null and void. 21.2 Lessor Transfer (a) Without any consent of Lessee other than as provided in Clause 21.2(d), Lessor may at its own expense assign or grant a Security Interest over the Aircraft or any interest therein and/or Lessor may assign or grant a Security Interest over all or any part of its rights under this Agreement and any other Operative Document or any interest therein, in either case, by way of security to any other Person (an “Assignee”); provided that: (i) Lessor shall promptly notify Lessee in writing of any proposed assignment and all relevant details with respect thereto; (ii) such assignment or Security Interest shall not increase any of Lessee’s risk, obligations, responsibilities, liabilities, and costs (including Taxes for which Lessee is responsible pursuant to Clause 20 (Taxation)) related to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, and shall not reduce any of Lessee’s rights and benefits related thereto as based on applicable Laws in effect as of the date of such transfer or assignment; provided that it is agreed that a change in the number of additional insureds and Indemnitees shall not be considered such an increase; (iii) prior to any such assignment or Security Interest becoming effective, the Assignee shall execute and deliver to Lessee an undertaking containing terms substantially similar to Clause 8.1 (Quiet Enjoyment) to the effect that neither it nor any Person claiming by, through or under it will disturb the quiet use, possession and enjoyment of the Aircraft by Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee during the Term so long as no Event of Default is continuing; (iv) as at the date of such assignment and under the laws then in effect in the State of Incorporation, it shall not be unlawful for Lessee to lease an aircraft financed by a Person organized under the laws of the country where the Assignee is organized, and the Assignee shall provide to Lessee representations and warranties in respect of itself on the terms set forth in Clause 22.17 (True Lease); (v) the Assignee and each of the other Financing Parties on whose behalf the Assignee is acting is not an airline or an Affiliate of such airline or a direct competitor of Lessee; and (vi) if the Assignee is not reasonably experienced in the business of commercial aircraft leasing, it shall agree with Lessee that upon the enforcement of its rights under the relevant security documents it shall contract with such a Person experienced in the business of commercial aircraft leasing to manage this Agreement (and for such purposes, an experienced servicer will be an entity with at least [REDACTED] commercial passenger aircraft under its management or has a majority of its executive management team comprised of individuals who each have at least [REDACTED] years of experience with the financing, leasing or servicing of commercial passenger aircraft); provided that if the Assignee represents that it and its Affiliates hold title to at least [REDACTED] commercial passenger aircraft or a majority of the executive management team of the Assignee is comprised of individuals who each have at least [REDACTED] years of experience with the financing, leasing or servicing of commercial passenger aircraft on the date of such assignment, it shall be deemed to be reasonably experienced in the business of

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commercial aircraft leasing. (b) Without any consent of Lessee other than as provided in Clause 21.2(d) and subject to Clause 21.2(e), Lessor may at its own expense transfer the Aircraft and its interest therein and/or transfer and/or assign all or any part of its rights and obligations under this Agreement and any other Operative Document to any Person (a “Transferee”); provided that: (i) Lessor shall promptly notify Lessee in writing of any proposed transfer and all relevant details with respect thereto; (ii) the Transferee shall assume all payment and other obligations of Lessor under this Agreement and any other Operative Documents to which Lessor is a party; (iii) if the Transferee is not assuming the obligations of Lessor under this Agreement or becoming the “Lessor” under this Agreement as assigned or novated, it shall execute and deliver to Lessee an undertaking containing terms substantially similar to Clause 8.1 (Quiet Enjoyment) to the effect that neither it nor any Person claiming by, through or under it will disturb the quiet use, possession and enjoyment of the Aircraft by Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee during the Term so long as no Event of Default is continuing; (iv) the Transferee shall confirm and agree that such transfer or assignment shall not increase any of Lessee’s risk, obligations, responsibilities, liabilities and costs (including Taxes for which Lessee is responsible pursuant to Clause 20 (Taxation)) related to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement and shall not reduce any of Lessee’s rights and benefits related thereto, as based on applicable Laws in effect as of the date of such transfer or assignment; provided that it is agreed that a change in the number of additional insureds and Indemnitees shall not be considered such an increase; (v) at the time of such transfer or assignment, the Transferee shall provide to Lessee representations and warranties on the terms set forth in Clause 22.17 (True Lease) and Clause 2 (Lessor’s Representations and Warranties) of Schedule 2 (Representations and Warranties); (vi) at the time of such transfer or assignment, the Transferee (or, in the case of Clause 21.2(b)(vi)(A), a guarantor of such Transferee) (A) shall have a tangible net worth of not less than US$[REDACTED] (or the Transferee’s obligations to Lessee in respect of the Aircraft under this Agreement and the other Operative Documents shall be guaranteed on terms acceptable to Lessee by a Person that has a tangible net worth of not less than US$[REDACTED]), in either case, such net worth to be evidenced by a certificate of net worth of a responsible officer of such Person, the Transferee or such guarantor, as the case may be, certifying as to such net worth; (B) shall be an experienced lessor in commercial aircraft leasing or will have appointed an experienced servicer in commercial aircraft leasing (and for such purposes, an experienced lessor or experienced servicer will be an entity with at least [REDACTED] commercial passenger aircraft in its portfolio or under its management or has a majority of its executive management team comprised of individuals who each have at least [REDACTED] years of experience with the financing, leasing or servicing of commercial passenger aircraft); and (C) is not an

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airline or a direct competitor of Lessee; and (vii) at the date of such transfer and under the laws then in effect in the State of Incorporation, it shall not be unlawful for Lessee to lease an Aircraft owned or leased by a Person organized under the laws of the country where the Transferee is organized. (c) Lessee shall upon request from Lessor and at the expense of Lessor cooperate in effecting any assignment or transfer referred to in Clauses 21.2(a) or (b) and will execute any agreements or other instruments reasonably requested by Lessor in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lessee (including, without limitation, any supplement or amendment to or novation of this Agreement) and if the transfer involves the assumption by the Transferee of any of Lessor’s obligations under this Agreement or the other Operative Documents to which Lessee is a party, release Lessor from the obligations so assumed and will execute such certificates and shall provide such corporate documents as shall be reasonably requested by Lessor for the purposes of Lessor obtaining a legal opinion in respect of Lessee’s due execution and due authorization of the transfer documents. Lessor agrees to reimburse Lessee for its reasonable and documented out-of-pocket costs and expenses (including, without limitation reasonable attorney fees) and any Taxes thereon, in connection with any assignment or transfer referred to in Clauses 21.2(a) or (b). (d) For the purpose of Article 33(1) of the Cape Town Convention and Article XV of the Protocol, and without prejudice to the preceding provisions of this Clause 21.2 to the extent applicable, Lessee hereby consents in advance to the transfer of the associated rights and related international interests in respect of any assignment or sale by Lessor or the granting of any Security Interest by Lessor in accordance with this Agreement (and for the avoidance of doubt, no additional consent by Lessee will be required in connection with any such assignment of associated rights, the related international interests and the related right to discharge such international interest pursuant to the Cape Town Convention). (e) Any bank or trust company acting in the capacity of owner trustee as Lessor may, from time to time at its own expense, transfer its interest in the trust establishing such Lessor trust pursuant to the terms thereof. Any such successor shall, succeed to all the rights, powers and title of such predecessor bank or trust company and of Lessor, as applicable, hereunder without the necessity of any consent or approval by Lessee and without in any way altering the terms of this Agreement or Lessee’s obligations hereunder. (f) Except as permitted in this Clause 21.2, Lessor will not assign or otherwise transfer (voluntarily, involuntarily, by operation of law or otherwise) any of its rights in and to the Aircraft or any of its rights and obligations under any Operative Document or permit to exist any Security Interest over any of the foregoing, and any attempt to do so will be null and void ab initio. 22. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 22.1 Rights Cumulative, Waivers The rights of Lessor under this Agreement may be exercised as often as Lessor considers appropriate (except as otherwise expressly stated herein), are cumulative and are in addition to its rights under any Law. The rights of Lessor against Lessee or in relation to the Aircraft (whether arising under this Agreement or any Law) cannot be waived or varied other than by an express

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waiver or variation in writing. Any failure to exercise or any delay in exercising any of such rights shall not operate as a waiver or variation of that or any other such right; any defective or partial exercise of any of such rights shall not preclude any other or further exercise of that or any other such right; and no act or course of conduct or negotiation on Lessor’s part or on its behalf shall in any way preclude it from exercising any such right or constitute a suspension or any variation of any such right. 22.2 Delegation Lessor may delegate to any Person or Persons all or any of its rights, powers or discretions vested in it by this Agreement, and any such delegation may be made upon such terms and conditions and subject to such regulations (including power to sub-delegate) as Lessor deems fit; provided, however, that notwithstanding any such delegation, Lessor shall at all times remain primarily liable for the obligations of “Lessor” hereunder. 22.3 Expenses Each of Lessor and Lessee shall pay its own costs and expenses (including legal fees) in connection with the negotiation of this Agreement and the other Operative Documents. Lessee shall pay to Lessor on demand all expenses (including legal, professional, and out-of-pocket expenses) incurred or payable by Lessor in connection with the enforcement or preservation of any of Lessor’s rights or remedies under this Agreement in connection with and following any Event of Default. On the Lease Commencement Date, Lessee will issue, at no cost to Lessor, a customary in-house legal opinion as to Mexican law matters. If Lessor requires an external Mexican legal opinion, Lessor shall be responsible for the cost of obtaining such legal opinion from Mexican counsel of its choosing. For the avoidance of doubt, the cost of de-registering and registering the Aircraft with the AFAC (if not already registered), including any out-of-pocket costs incurred by Lessee in connection with any ferry flight, will be borne by Lessee. 22.4 Provisions of Cape Town Convention Except to the extent expressly provided herein, any terms of this Agreement which expressly incorporate any provisions of the Cape Town Convention shall prevail in the case of any conflict with any other provision contained herein. Each of the parties hereto acknowledges and agrees that for purposes of the Cape Town Convention (to the extent applicable hereto), separate rights may exist with respect to the Airframe and Engines. 22.5 Set-off (a) Lessor may set off any matured obligation owed by Lessee under this Agreement against any obligation (whether or not matured) owed by Lessor to Lessee hereunder, regardless of the place of payment or currency. If the obligations are in different currencies, Lessor may convert either obligation at the market rate of exchange available in London or (at Lessor’s option) New York for the purpose of the set-off. (b) If an obligation is unascertained or unliquidated, Lessor may in good faith estimate that obligation and set off in respect of the estimated amount, in which case when the obligation is ascertained or liquidated Lessor or Lessee shall make a payment to the other (as appropriate) in respect of any amount by which the ascertained or liquidated amount differs from the estimated amount. (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, Lessor shall not be obliged to pay any amount to Lessee under this Agreement so long as any sums which are then due from Lessee to any Lessor Party, any Indemnitee or any Tax Indemnitee under any Operative

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Document remain unpaid or if any Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, and any such amount which would otherwise be due shall fall due only if and when Lessee has paid all such sums and cured all Events of Default, except to the extent that Lessor otherwise agrees in writing or sets off such amounts against such payment pursuant to Clause 22.5(a). 22.6 Time of Essence The time stipulated in this Agreement for all payments by Lessee to Lessor and for the prompt performance of Lessee’s other obligations under this Agreement are of the essence of this Agreement. 22.7 Entire Agreement This Agreement and the other Operative Documents constitute the sole and entire agreement between Lessor and Lessee in relation to the leasing of the Aircraft and supersede all previous agreements in relation to that leasing. Any amendments to this Agreement must be in writing and signed on behalf of Lessor and Lessee. 22.8 Rights of Third Parties (a) All rights expressed to be granted to each Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee (other than Lessor) under this Agreement are given to Lessor on behalf of that Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee, and each Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee is an express third party beneficiary hereof. Except for Lessor, each Indemnitee and each Tax Indemnitee, no other Person shall be a third party beneficiary of this Agreement. (b) Any Tax Indemnitee or Indemnitee who is not a party to this Agreement may enforce the terms of this Agreement expressed to be for its benefit or given by Lessee to or in favor of such Tax Indemnitee or Indemnitee. (c) All terms of this Agreement may be varied, amended or otherwise released by an agreement between Lessor and Lessee without reference to any Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee. (d) If an Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee is not a party to this Agreement, Lessee may require such Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee to agree in writing, in a form reasonably acceptable to Lessee, to the terms of Clause 14 (Indemnities) and Clause 20 (Taxation), as the case may be, prior to making any payments to such Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee under Clause 14 (Indemnities) or Clause 20 (Taxation), as the case may be. 22.9 Counterparts This Agreement may be executed in two or more counterparts each of which will be deemed an original but all of which together will constitute one and the same agreement. 22.10 Language All notices, requests, direction and other communications to be given under this Agreement will be in English. Unless otherwise provided herein, all documents delivered to Lessee and Lessor pursuant to this Agreement will be in English or, if not in English, will be accompanied by a certified English translation (except for Lessee’s organizational documents, corporate approvals and other authorizations or documents issued by any authority). If there is any inconsistency between the English version of this Agreement and any version in any other language, the English

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version will prevail. 22.11 Confidentiality This Agreement, the terms hereof and all non-public information obtained by a party about any party are confidential and are between Lessor Parties and Lessee only. Lessor Parties and Lessee shall not, and shall procure that their respective officers, employees, directors and professional advisors shall not, disclose the contents of this Agreement or such nonpublic information to any third party (other than (a) to such party’s or its Affiliates’ auditors, legal advisors, regulators, financial advisors, insurers and rating agencies; (b) in connection with any filing or disclosure of this Agreement in accordance with, or as required by, any applicable Regulation; (c) in connection with Lessor’s potential sale, financing, refinancing of or related to the Aircraft and/or transfer or assignment of this Agreement; provided that any recipient of any such confidential information in such case shall as a condition precedent to receipt of the information execute and deliver a confidentiality agreement containing terms no less stringent than the terms of this Clause 22.11; or (d) as required for enforcement by either party of its rights and remedies with respect to this Agreement), without the prior written consent of the other party. If any disclosure will result in the Agreement becoming publicly available, Lessor and Lessee will cooperate with one another to obtain confidential treatment or limit the scope of disclosure as to the commercial terms and other material provisions of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Lessee may disclose this Agreement (i) as may be required to obtain the Bankruptcy Court’s approval of this Agreement; or (ii) to the U.S. Trustee, the Unsecured Creditors Committee, the Ad Hoc Bondholders Group or the entities providing the debtor-in-possession financing to Lessee, its Affiliates and any of their respective related persons. 22.12 Invalidity of any Provision If any provision of this Agreement becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect under any Law, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired. 22.13 Survival All indemnities, representations and warranties of Lessee and Lessor shall survive, and remain in full force and effect, notwithstanding the expiration or other termination of this Agreement and/or the leasing of the Aircraft hereunder. 22.14 Further Assurance (a) Each of the parties agrees to perform (or procure the performance of) all further acts and things within its control, and execute and deliver (or procure the execution and delivery of) such further documents, as may be required by applicable Laws or as may be necessary or reasonably desirable to implement and/or give effect to this Agreement and the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. (b) Except as otherwise expressly set forth herein, the out-of-pocket costs and expenses of performing the acts contemplated by Clause 22.14(a) shall be borne by the requesting party. 22.15 No Brokers Except for SkyWorks Capital, LLC (whose fees and expenses are the sole responsibility of Lessee), each of the parties represents and warrants to the other that it has not paid, agreed to pay, or caused to be paid directly or indirectly to any Person in any form, any commission percentage contingent

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fee, brokerage or other similar payments of any kind, in connection with the establishment or operation of this Agreement. Each party agrees to indemnify and hold the other harmless from and against any and all claims, suits, damages, costs and expenses (including, reasonable legal fees and expenses) asserted by any agent, broker or other third party for any commission or compensation of any nature whatsoever based upon this Agreement or the Aircraft, if such claim, suit, damage, cost or expense arises out of any breach by the indemnifying party, its employees or agents of this Clause 22.15. 22.16 Chattel Paper To the extent, if any, that this Agreement constitutes chattel paper (as such term is defined in the UCC as in effect in any applicable jurisdiction), no Security Interest in this Agreement may be created through the transfer or possession of any counterpart other than the original counterpart, which shall be identified as the counterpart designated as the “chattel paper original” on the signature page of this Agreement by the Financing Parties Representative (if any) or Lessor, as the case may be. 22.17 True Lease The parties intend and agree that this Agreement: (a) constitutes a “true lease”, and not a “security interest” as defined in Section 1-201(37) of the UCC; (b) to the extent applicable, constitutes a “true lease” for United States federal income tax purposes; and (c) confers only a leasehold interest on Lessee in and to the Aircraft on and subject to the terms of this Agreement, and no ownership or other interest with respect to the Aircraft is provided to Lessee under this Agreement. Lessee shall not file a tax return that is inconsistent with the provisions of this Clause 22.17. 22.18 Know Your Customer/OFAC Compliance (a) Each party represents, warrants and agrees that neither it nor any of its Affiliates is in violation of any Law relating to terrorism or money laundering enacted or promulgated by the United Nations, the European Union, the United States of America or Mexico (“Anti-Terrorism Laws”), including Executive Order No. 13224 on Terrorist Financing, effective September 24, 2001 (the “Executive Order”), and the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001, Public Law 107-56 (the “Patriot Act”). (b) Each party represents, warrants and agrees that it is not any of the following: (i) a person that is listed in the annex to, or is otherwise subject to the provisions of, the Executive Order; (ii) a person owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, any person that is listed in the annex to, or is otherwise subject to the provisions of, the Executive Order; (iii) a person that commits, threatens or conspires to commit or supports “terrorism” as

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defined in the Executive Order; or (iv) a person that is named as a “special designated national and blocked person” on the most current list published by the U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) at its official website or any replacement website or other replacement official publication of such list. (c) Each party represents, warrants and agrees that it does not and for the Term shall not (i) conduct any business or engage in making or receiving any contribution of funds, goods or services to or for the benefit of any person described in Clause 22.18(b), (ii) deal in, or otherwise engage in any transaction relating to, any property or interests in property blocked pursuant to the Executive Order or any similar laws of Mexico, or (iii) engage in or conspire to engage in any transaction that evades or avoids, or has the purpose of evading or avoiding, or attempts to violate, any of the prohibitions set forth in any Anti-Terrorism Law. 22.19 USA Patriot Act Notice Lessee agrees that pursuant to the requirements of the Patriot Act, Lessor may obtain, verify, and record information from Lessee that identifies Lessee, which information may include the name and address of Lessee, and its officers, directors and shareholders, and other information that will allow Lessor to identify Lessee in accordance and for purposes of compliance with the Patriot Act. 22.20 Prepetition General Unsecured Damage Claims Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth herein or in any other Operative Document, the parties agree and stipulate that (i) the proof of claim assigned number 603 (the “Grupo Aeromexico Proof of Claim”) shall be deemed to be a timely filed, allowed general unsecured non-priority claim against the bankruptcy estate of Grupo Aeromexico in the final amount of US$53,000,000 and the proof of claim assigned number 625 (the “Lessee Proof of Claim”) shall be deemed to be a timely filed, allowed general unsecured non-priority prepetition claim against the bankruptcy estate of Lessee in the final amount of US$53,000,000 (together the Grupo Aeromexico Proof of Claim and the Lessee Proof of Claim are referred to as the “Prepetition Damages Claims”) as damages for any prepetition claim, breach, default or termination event under the Prior Lease (the “Prepetition Breaches”), provided, however that in the aggregate, the total amount that may be recovered in respect of the Prepetition Damages Claims is US$53,000,000, (ii) no breach, default, termination event or other like consequence will arise hereunder based upon the Prepetition Breaches or based upon the filing or continuance of the Bankruptcy Cases themselves, (iii) the Prepetition Damages Claims are freely transferable by the Lessor Parties (without the consent of, or notice to, Lessee), in whole or in part, at any time before or after the confirmation of Lessee’s Chapter 11 plan of reorganization, and (iv) Lessee shall promptly take any commercially reasonable actions requested by Lessor (including, without limitation filing a motion with the Bankruptcy Court seeking allowance of the Prepetition Damages Claim), in order to obtain a court order formally allowing the Prepetition Damages Claims. The Lessor Parties holding the Prepetition Damages Claims shall support a Complying Plan, including, without limitation, by voting in favor of a Complying Plan, which obligation shall be binding on the Lessor Parties or any of their successors, assignees or transferees solely with respect to the Prepetition Damages Claims (or any portion thereof). A Chapter 11 plan of reorganization shall be deemed a “Complying Plan” if it treats the Prepetition Damages Claims (A) as allowed general unsecured non-priority claims not subject to reconsideration under Section 502 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (B) no worse than the unsecured non-priority claims of any other aircraft or engine lessor whose claims run solely against Lessee and/or Grupo Aeromexico (other than de

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minimis “convenience class” claims). 22.21 Lease Manager Lessor has appointed the Servicer as its agent to act on its behalf under this Agreement generally. Lessee shall and shall be entitled to deal with and rely on the instructions and directions of the Servicer (and any replacement servicer complying with the requirements in Clause 21.2(b)(v)(B) (Lessor Transfer) appointed by Lessor and notified to Lessee). 22.22 Delegation Lessor may delegate to the Servicer or any other person or persons all or any of the rights, powers or discretions vested in it by this Agreement and any such delegation may be made upon such terms and conditions as Lessor in its absolute discretion thinks fit; provided, however, that notwithstanding any such delegation, Lessor shall at all times remain primarily liable for the obligations of “Lessor” hereunder. 23. NOTICES; ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES 23.1 Every notice, request, direction or other communication under this Agreement shall be in English and be in writing delivered personally or sent with an internationally recognized courier service or by electronic mail (including PDF) and shall be deemed to have been received: (a) in the case of a letter when delivered personally or where sent with an internationally recognized courier service, on the date shown as the delivery date (or, if delivery was refused, the date of such refusal) in the records of the Person who effected such delivery; or (b) in the case of an electronic mail, at the time of dispatch with confirmed receipt, provided always that where delivery by hand or by electronic email occurs after 6:00 p.m. on a Business Day, or on a day which is not a Business Day, service shall be deemed to occur at 9:00 a.m. on the next Business Day. 23.2 Every notice, request, direction or other communication under this Agreement shall be sent: To Lessor at: Address: [●] Telephone: [●] Attention: [●] Email: [●]3 with a copy to BBAM US LP at: Address: 50 California Street, 14th Floor San Francisco, California 94111 USA Telephone: +1-415-267-1600 Attention: General Counsel 3 Note to Draft: BBAM to confirm.

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Email: legal@bbam.com with a copy to BBAM Aviation Services Limited at: Address: West Pier Dún Laoghaire Co. Dublin A96 N6T7 Ireland Telephone: +353-1-231-1900 Attention: Company Secretary Email: legal@bbam.com To Lessee at: Address: Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Paseo de la Reforma, No. 243, Piso 25 Colonia Cuauhtémoc Alcaldía Cuauhtémoc Mexico City, 06500 Mexico Attention: Legal Department and Fleet Department Email: malvarez@aeromexico.com amnotificacionesjuridico@aeromexico.com or any substitute address, email address or department or officer as the relevant party may notify to the other party by not less than five (5) Business Days’ notice. 23.3 In connection with the performance of their respective duties hereunder, each party may give notices, consents, directions, approvals, instructions and requests to, and otherwise communicate with, each other using electronic means, including email transmission to such email addresses as each such party shall designate to the other parties, and, if necessary or if requested by the other party or parties, with an “electronic signature” or other “electronic record” (as such terms are defined in the New York State Electronic Signatures and Records Act). Delivery of an executed counterpart of this Agreement or any other Operative Document by email, “electronic signature” or other “electronic record” will be deemed as effective as delivery of an originally executed counterpart. Any party delivering an executed counterpart of this Agreement or any other Operative Document by email, “electronic signature” or other “electronic record” will also deliver an originally executed counterpart thereof, but the failure of any party to deliver an originally executed counterpart of this Agreement or any other Operative Document will not affect the validity or effectiveness of this Agreement or such other Operative Document. 24. GOVERNING LAW, JURISDICTION AND WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL 24.1 Governing Law PURSUANT TO AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5-1401 OF THE NEW YORK GENERAL OBLIGATIONS LAW, THE PARTIES HERETO AGREE THAT THIS AGREEMENT AND ANY CLAIM, CONTROVERSY OR DISPUTE ARISING UNDER OR RELATED TO THIS AGREEMENT, AND ALL ISSUES CONCERNING THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES HEREUNDER AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF THE PARTIES HEREUNDER SHALL BE GOVERNED BY, AND

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CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE LAW OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK AS APPLIED TO CONTRACTS TO BE PERFORMED WHOLLY WITHIN THE STATE OF NEW YORK (EXCLUSIVE OF SECTION 7-101 OF THE NEW YORK GENERAL OBLIGATIONS LAW WHICH IS INAPPLICABLE TO THIS AGREEMENT) WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY CONFLICTS OF LAW PRINCIPLES. THE PARTIES AGREE THAT THIS AGREEMENT WAS DELIVERED IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. THE FOREGOING ELECTION OF THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK IS WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO THE RIGHT OF LESSOR TO APPLY THE LAWS OF THE FEDERAL DISTRICT OF MEXICO TO ANY REPOSSESSION OR OTHER ENFORCEMENT OF RIGHTS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WHILE THE AIRCRAFT IS LOCATED IN MEXICO. 24.2 Jurisdiction Pursuant to and in accordance with Section 5-1402 of the New York General Obligations Law, Lessee and Lessor each irrevocably agrees that (a) the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York sitting in The Borough of Manhattan and any New York state court sitting in the County of New York, New York, and all related appellate courts, and (b) the courts of the jurisdictions in which the Aircraft at the relevant time is located in the case of enforcement proceedings in respect of remedies hereunder, have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any disputes arising out of or relating to this Agreement or any of the other Operative Documents and submits itself and its property to the jurisdiction of the foregoing courts with respect to such dispute, hereby waiving any other jurisdictions which may be available thereto by reason of domicile or otherwise. 24.3 Process Agent (a) Without prejudice to any other mode of service, Lessee: (i) appoints Cogency Global Inc., at 122 East 42nd Street, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10168, as its agent for service of process relating to any proceedings before the New York courts described in Clause 24.2 (Jurisdiction) in connection with this Agreement and agrees to maintain the process agent in New York notified to Lessor; (ii) agrees that failure by a process agent to notify Lessee of the process shall not invalidate the proceedings concerned; and (iii) consents to the service of process relating to any such proceedings by prepaid mailing or by personal delivery of a copy of the process to Lessee’s agent at the address identified in Clause 24.3(a)(i) or prepaid mailing by air mail, certified or registered mail, or by personal delivery, of a copy of the process to Lessee at the address set forth in Clause 23.2 (Notices; Electronic Signatures). (b) Without prejudice to any other mode of service, Lessor: (i) appoints Corporation Service Company, at 19 West 44th Street, Suite 200, New York, NY 10036, United States of America as its agent for service of process relating to any proceedings before the New York courts described in Clause 24.2 (Jurisdiction) in connection with this Agreement and agrees to maintain the process agent in New York notified to Lessee; (ii) agrees that failure by a process agent to notify Lessor of the process shall not

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invalidate the proceedings concerned; and (iii) consents to the service of process relating to any such proceedings by prepaid mailing or by personal delivery of a copy of the process to Lessor’s agent at the address identified in Clause 24.3(b)(i) or prepaid mailing by air mail, certified or registered mail, or by personal delivery, of a copy of the process to Lessor at the address set forth in Clause 23.2 (Notices; Electronic Signatures). 24.4 Waiver of Objections Each of Lessee and Lessor: (a) waives to the fullest extent permitted by Law any objection which it may now or hereafter have to the courts referred to in Clause 24.2 (Jurisdiction) on grounds of inconvenient forum or otherwise as regards proceedings in connection with this Agreement; (b) waives to the fullest extent permitted by Law any objection which it may now or hereafter have to the laying of venue of any suit, action or proceeding arising out of or relating to this Agreement brought in the courts referred to in Clause 24.2 (Jurisdiction); and (c) to the extent permitted by applicable law, agrees that a judgment or order of any court referred to in Clause 24.2 (Jurisdiction) in connection with this Agreement is conclusive and binding on it and may be enforced against it in the courts of any other jurisdiction as if made by the highest court in that other jurisdiction and accordingly neither Lessee nor Lessor will seek to, nor be entitled to, contest and/or delay and/or obstruct registration or enforcement of any such judgment and/or award and/or order on grounds of public policy or otherwise. 24.5 No Alternative Jurisdictions This Clause 24 (Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Waiver of Jury Trial) shall survive, continue to take full effect and not merge in any order or judgment and this Clause 24.5 prohibits either party to bring proceedings against the other in connection with this Agreement or any other Operative Document in any court other than as provided in Clause 24.2 (Jurisdiction). 24.6 Waiver of Sovereign Immunity and Other Defenses Each of Lessee and Lessor irrevocably and unconditionally: (a) agrees that if the other brings legal proceedings against it or its assets in relation to this Agreement no sovereign or other immunity from such legal proceedings (which will be deemed to include suit, court jurisdiction, attachment prior to judgment, attachment in aid of execution of a judgment, other attachment, the obtaining of judgment, execution of a judgment or other enforcement or legal process or remedy) will be claimed by or on behalf of itself or with respect to its assets; (b) waives any such right of immunity which it or its assets now has or may in the future acquire and agrees that the foregoing waiver shall have the fullest extent permitted under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 of the United States of America and is intended to be irrevocable for the purposes of such Act; and (c) waives any requirement, of any kind whatsoever, for the other party to provide any form of security in respect of the payment of any damages, costs, expenses or any other financial obligation resulting from the commencement or prosecution of proceedings or

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the making of or service of any order and Lessee undertakes (i) not to challenge the validity of any proceedings or the making of any orders without any requirement for the provision of such security, (ii) to advise any court upon the other party’s request that it requires no such security, and (iii) to provide security itself for any third party claims arising out of or in connection with such proceedings and/or orders. 24.7 Waiver of Jury Trial EACH OF LESSEE AND LESSOR HEREBY IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVES ANY AND ALL RIGHTS TO A JURY TRIAL IN RESPECT OF ANY CLAIM OR CAUSE OF ACTION BASED UPON OR ARISING OUT OF THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY DEALINGS BETWEEN THEM RELATING TO THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY OR THE LESSOR/LESSEE RELATIONSHIP BEING ESTABLISHED, INCLUDING CONTRACT CLAIMS, TORT CLAIMS, BREACH OF DUTY CLAIMS AND OTHER COMMON LAW AND STATUTORY CLAIMS. EACH OF LESSOR AND LESSEE REPRESENTS AND WARRANTS THAT EACH HAS REVIEWED AND VOLUNTARILY WAIVES ITS JURY TRIAL RIGHTS FOLLOWING CONSULTATION WITH ITS LEGAL COUNSEL. THIS WAIVER IS IRREVOCABLE, AND THIS WAIVER SHALL APPLY TO ANY SUBSEQUENT AMENDMENTS, RENEWALS, SUPPLEMENTS OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS AGREEMENT. IN THE EVENT OF LITIGATION, THIS CLAUSE 24.7 MAY BE FILED AS A WRITTEN CONSENT TO A TRIAL BY THE COURT. [Signature Page Follows]

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF Lessor and Lessee have executed and delivered this Agreement, both as of the date shown at the beginning of this Agreement. Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC Lessee Lessor By: _________________________________ By: ____________________________ Name: _______________________________ Name: __________________________ Title: ________________________________ Title: ___________________________ By: _________________________________ Name: _______________________________ Title: ________________________________ TO THE EXTENT IF ANY THAT THIS DOCUMENT CONSTITUTES CHATTEL PAPER UNDER THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE, NO SECURITY INTEREST IN THIS DOCUMENT MAY BE PERFECTED THROUGH THE POSSESSION OF ANY ORIGINAL OR COPY HEREOF OTHER THAN THAT MARKED “CHATTEL PAPER ORIGINAL”.

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CHATTEL PAPER ORIGINAL IN WITNESS WHEREOF Lessor and Lessee have executed and delivered this Agreement, both as of the date shown at the beginning of this Agreement. Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC Lessee Lessor By: _________________________________ By: ____________________________ Name: _______________________________ Name: __________________________ Title: ________________________________ Title: ___________________________ By: _________________________________ Name: _______________________________ Title: ________________________________ TO THE EXTENT IF ANY THAT THIS DOCUMENT CONSTITUTES CHATTEL PAPER UNDER THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE, NO SECURITY INTEREST IN THIS DOCUMENT MAY BE PERFECTED THROUGH THE POSSESSION OF ANY ORIGINAL OR COPY HEREOF OTHER THAN THAT MARKED “CHATTEL PAPER ORIGINAL”.

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SCHEDULE 1 DEFINITIONS AND CONSTRUCTION Defined Terms The following words and expressions have the respective meanings set forth below: “AFAC” means the Agencia Federal de Aviación Civil of the Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes de México and each other Mexican governmental airworthiness authority having authority with respect to the Aircraft that is comparable to the authority of the FAA and any successor thereto; “Affiliate” means, in relation to any Person, any Person directly or indirectly controlling, controlled by, or under common control with such first Person; and a Person shall be deemed to control another Person if such first Person possesses, directly or indirectly, the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of such other Person, whether through the ownership of voting securities, contract or otherwise; “Agreed Form” means the form agreed between Lessor and Lessee; “Agreed Value” has the meaning given to it in Clause 4 (Insurance and Default Matters) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Agreement” means this Amended and Restated Aircraft Operating Lease Agreement together with its Schedules; “Aircraft” means the aircraft described in Schedule 6 (Description of Aircraft), including all buyer furnished equipment and in-flight entertainment equipment installed thereon (which term includes where the context admits a separate reference to all Engines, Parts and Aircraft Documents); “Aircraft Documents” means the documents, data, aircraft manuals and technical records relating to the Aircraft on the Original Delivery Date and any other documents and records referred to in Clause 11.2 (Aircraft Documents) and Schedule 7 (Aircraft Documents at Redelivery) and all additions, renewals, revisions and replacements from time to time made thereto in accordance with this Agreement; “Aircraft Object” has the meaning given to such term in the Consolidated Text; “Airframe” means the Aircraft, excluding the Engines and the Aircraft Documents; “Airframe Manufacturer” means The Boeing Company; “Airframe Warranty Assignment” means the airframe warranty assignment entered into or to be entered into between Lessor and Lessee, and the related consent and agreement between Lessor, Lessee and the Airframe Manufacturer, in respect of the Aircraft in the Agreed Form; “Airworthiness Directive” or “AD” means any and all State of Manufacture airworthiness directives and/or State of Registration airworthiness directives and/or airworthiness directives issued by the AFAC; “AMM” means, from time to time, the latest revision of the Airframe Manufacturer’s approved maintenance manual for the Aircraft; “Anticipated Fair Market Value” means, for the purposes of Clause 18.7 (Purchase Option), the

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amount determined in accordance with Clause 18.7(c); “Anti-Terrorism Laws” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.18 (Know Your Customer/OFAC Compliance); “Approved Maintenance Performer” means (a) for all Heavy Maintenance Checks, any shop visit for an Engine, the APU or any Landing Gear or the overhaul of any serialized components and all major modifications, any maintenance facility approved by (i) the Aviation Authority and (ii) either EASA or the FAA and (b) for all lower-level checks, repairs and maintenance, any maintenance facility approved by the Aviation Authority which may be Lessee so long as Lessee has the requisite licenses and approvals; “APU” means the auxiliary power unit installed on the Aircraft on the Original Delivery Date and any replacement auxiliary power unit installed in accordance with this Agreement title to which is vested in Lessor in accordance with this Agreement; “APU Hour” means each hour or part thereof (rounded to the nearest minute) elapsing from the moment the APU is started to the moment when the APU is shut down; “APU Medium Repair Shop Visit” means, with respect to the APU, [REDACTED]; “Assignee” has the meaning given to it in Clause 21.2(a) (Lessor Transfer); “Aviation Authority” means the AFAC and the RAM for so long as the State of Registration is Mexico, and, if the Aircraft is registered in another State of Registration, the authorities, government departments, committees or agencies which under the laws of that State of Registration shall from time to time: (a) have control or supervision of civil aviation in that state; or (b) have jurisdiction over the registration, airworthiness or operation of, or other matters relating to, the Aircraft; “Back to Birth Traceability” means in respect of any Part or part, original documentary evidence specifying the part number and the unique serial number of such Part or part, and providing a detailed full operational history record which shall include but not be limited to the following: (a) the “Original Delivery Document” where Original Delivery Document means (i) for a part delivered new as a spare part, the manufacturer’s airworthiness document (FAA Form 8130–3 or EASA Form One (to the extent such EASA form is permitted by the FAA and the Maintenance Program)) showing the part number and serial number, (ii) for a part delivered new installed on an assembly, the manufacturer’s assembly bill of material showing the part number, serial number, assembly serial number and where relevant the as-delivered model and thrust rating; and (b) a removal/installation (“on/off”) transaction history detailing an unbroken record of the Flight Hours and Cycles elapsed at each relevant thrust rating (for Engine Life Limited Parts) from new up to current which shall be supported by (i) a LLP Sheet at each installation, removal and change of operator which shall include the time since new operated at each thrust setting, (ii) a non-incident statement for each historical operator of such part, and (iii) a no PMA/DER statement for each historical operator of such part; “Bankruptcy Cases” means the Chapter 11 cases and proceedings initially filed by Lessee and its affiliates on July 1, 2020 under the lead case no. 20-11563 with the Bankruptcy Court and all affiliated and associated filings and proceedings in any other court or jurisdiction relating to such

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cases; “Bankruptcy Court” means the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York; “Bankruptcy Court Order” has the meaning set forth in Clause 1(a)(iii) (Bankruptcy Court Order) of Schedule 3 (Conditions Precedent and Post-Closing Matters); “Base Lease Term” has the meaning given to such term in Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Business Day” means any day (other than a Saturday or Sunday) on which banks are open for business in Ireland, New York City and Mexico City; “C Check” means a block “C” check in accordance with the Maintenance Program in effect on the date when such check is carried out; “Cape Town Convention” means The Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, concluded in Cape Town, South Africa, on November 16, 2001 (utilizing the English-language version thereof as in effect in Mexico on the Lease Commencement Date), and references to the Cape Town Convention will include the Protocol as appropriate, and for so long as the Aircraft is registered in Mexico, references to the Cape Town Convention refer to the Cape Town Convention as adopted and implemented in Mexico; “Change in Law” means any enactment, introduction, adoption, abolition, making or variation of, or any change in, deletion from or amendment or addition to, any applicable law, treaty, order or regulation, in each case in any applicable jurisdiction or any change in or any new or further or different interpretation or application of any thereof in any court, and in each case from that existing as at the Lease Commencement Date; “Claim” has the meaning given to it in Clause 14.2 (Notification and Contest); “Complying Plan” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.20 (Prepetition General Unsecured Damage Claims); “Conditions Precedent” means the conditions specified in Schedule 3 (Conditions Precedent); “Consolidated Text” means the Consolidated Text of the Cape Town Convention and the Protocol attached to Resolution No. 1 of the Final Act of the Diplomatic Conference to adopt the Cape Town Convention and the Protocol held under the auspices of ICAO and UNIDROIT at Cape Town, South Africa from 29 October to 16 November 2001; “Core Major Module” means the major module of an Engine that is defined as core a module in the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual as in effect at that time which includes the high pressure compressor, combustor and high pressure turbine modules; “CPCP” means corrosion prevention and control program; “Cycle” means one take-off and landing of the Aircraft or, in respect of any Engine or Part temporarily installed on another airframe, one take-off and landing of that other airframe; “Damage Notification Threshold” has the meaning given to it in Clause 3 (Damage Notification

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Threshold) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Default Interest” means any interest paid or payable pursuant to Clause 7.2 (Default Interest); “Default Rate” has the meaning given to such term in Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Deregistration Power of Attorney” means the irrevocable power of attorney from Lessee authorizing Lessor to do anything or act or to give any consent or approval which may be required to obtain deregistration of the Aircraft and export the Aircraft from the State of Registration upon termination of the Lease as a result of an Event of Default; “Discount Rate” has the meaning set forth in Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Dollars”, “$” and “US$” means the lawful currency of the United States of America and, in relation to all payments in dollars to be made under or pursuant to this Agreement, in immediately available funds; “EASA” means the European Aviation Safety Agency and any successor thereof; “Engine” means, whether or not for the time being installed on the Aircraft: (a) the engines specified in the Original Acceptance Certificate; or (b) any engine which has replaced that engine, title to which has, or should have, passed to Lessor in accordance with this Agreement, including, without limitation, any Replacement Engine, and in each case includes all modules and Parts from time to time belonging to or installed in that engine but excludes any properly replaced engine title to which has, or should have, passed to Lessee pursuant to this Agreement; “Engine Core Modules” means, at any time, any of the major modules of an Engine that are defined as core modules in the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual as in effect at that time; “Engine Major Module Shop Visit” means in respect of an Engine Major Module, the performance of off wing engine maintenance and repair accomplished for that Engine Major Module in accordance with the performance or higher workscope sections of the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual as in effect at that time which results in such Engine Major Module having, at a minimum, a performance restoration or higher level of work performed on the Engine Major Module which results in a build release of no less than 10,000 Cycles of that Engine Major Module (and no less than 5,000 Cycles on the other Engine Major Modules that are not having a performance restoration or higher workscope in such shop visit) and other Engine Major Modules as applicable per the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual as in effect at that time; “Engine Major Modules” means each of the Fan/Booster Major Module, Core Major Module and LPT Major Module; “Engine Manufacturer” means General Electric Company; “Engine Performance Restoration” means in respect of an Engine, the performance of off wing engine maintenance and repair accomplished for that Engine in accordance with the performance or higher workscope sections of the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual which results in such Engine having, at a minimum, [REDACTED]; “Engine Warranties Assignment” means the engine warranty and/or product support assignment

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entered into or to be entered into between Lessor and Lessee, and the related consent and agreement between Lessor, Lessee and the Engine Manufacturer, in respect of the Engines in the Agreed Form; “Equipment Change” means any modification in or alteration and addition to the Aircraft; “Event of Default” means any event or circumstance specified in Clause 19.1 (Events); “Excluded Country” means (a) any state, country or jurisdiction which is subject to any United Nations Security Council Resolution, European Union Decision or United States or other Trade Laws which would have the effect of prohibiting the sale, lease, charter, or flight of the Aircraft to, from, or over such state, country or jurisdiction or otherwise cause Lessor, Lessee or Financing Party to be in contravention of any Trade Laws to which such party is subject; (b) any country in which flights to, from or over are not covered under the insurances required to be maintained by Lessee pursuant to this Agreement; (c) any country which Lessor and/or any Financing Party determines now or in the future due to a change in law or circumstances that flights of the Aircraft to, from, or over would materially prejudice Lessor’s or any Financing Party’s ability to repossess the Aircraft, or enforce the remedies or realize the benefit of the Security Interests and rights established under this Agreement and the other Operative Documents; “Executive Order” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.18 (Know Your Customer/OFAC Compliance); “Expiry Date” means the scheduled last day of the Base Lease Term or if a Renewal Lease Term is then in effect, the scheduled last day thereof, in each case as may be extended by an Operational Extension; “FAA” means the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States of America and any successor thereof; “Fan/Booster Major Module” means the fan and booster modules of an Engine as described in the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual as in effect at that time; “FAR” means the Federal Aviation Regulations set forth in Title 14 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations; “Financial Information Norms” means the Normas de Información Financiera, being the accounting and financial reporting principles generally accepted in Mexico; “Financial Terms Annex” means Schedule 4, which contains financial terms that shall be redacted in the counterpart of this Agreement that is filed for recordation with any Aviation Authority or any other Government Entity; “Financing Documents” means each present and/or future document which is from time to time related to any financing of the Aircraft (including for such purpose any mortgage or leasing arrangements whether or not constituting a financing and any documents ancillary thereto); “Financing Parties” means any Person or Persons from time to time notified by Lessor to Lessee as providing financing to Lessor in respect of Lessor’s acquisition, ownership or leasing of the Aircraft, whether by way of loan, head lease or otherwise and shall include the Financing Parties Representative; “Financing Parties Representative” means the Person or Persons that from time to time represent the Financing Parties as agent, trustee, secured party, security trustee, or in another similar capacity, the identity of which Lessor from time to time notifies Lessee as being a Financing Parties

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Representative; “Fixed Rent” has the meaning given to it in Clause 1 (Base Lease Term and Rent) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Fixed Rent Date” means the first (1st) day of each calendar month in the Fixed Rent Period; provided, however that the first Fixed Rent Date shall be the Transition Date; “Fixed Rent Period” has the meaning given to it in Clause 5.1 (Fixed Rent Periods); “Flight Hour” means each hour or part thereof (rounded to the nearest minute) elapsing from the moment at which the wheels of the Aircraft leave the ground on the take-off of the Aircraft until the wheels of the Aircraft touch the ground on the landing of the Aircraft following such take-off, or in the case of any Engine or Part installed on another aircraft means each hour or part thereof (rounded to the nearest minute) elapsing from the moment at which the wheels of that aircraft leave the ground on take-off of that aircraft until the wheels of that aircraft touch the ground on the landing of that aircraft following such take-off; “Geneva Convention” means the Convention on the International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft signed at Geneva, Switzerland on 19 June 1948, and amended from time to time; “Government Entity” means: (a) any national government, political subdivision thereof, or local jurisdiction therein; (b) any instrumentality, board, commission, court, or agency of any thereof, however constituted; (c) any association, organization, or institution of which any of the above is a member or to whose jurisdiction any of the above is subject or in whose activities any of the above is a participant; and (d) to the extent that an airport, ground handling or air navigation service is not run or provided by an entity which falls within clauses (a) through (c) above, such relevant entity, body, corporate, organization or institution; “Gross Negligence” means, in relation to an Indemnitee or Tax Indemnitee, gross negligence as determined under New York Law; “Grupo Aeromexico” means Grupo Aeroméxico S.A.B. de C.V. and any entity of which Grupo Aeroméxico S.A.B. de C.V. owns directly or indirectly more than fifty percent (50%) of the voting share capital; “Habitual Base” means Mexico or such other location or jurisdiction from time to time agreed by Lessor; “Heavy Maintenance Check” means a C Check, a Structural Check, an Engine Performance Restoration, APU Medium Repair Shop Visit, an Engine LLP replacement and a Landing Gear Overhaul; “IDERA” means an irrevocable deregistration and export request authorization pursuant to and for the purposes of the Cape Town Convention; “Illegality Event” has the meaning given to it in Clause 19.5(a) (Illegality); “Indemnitees” means each of Lessor Parties, the Servicer, the Financing Parties and each of their

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respective shareholders, members, managers, partners, Affiliates, contractors, trustees, beneficiaries, directors, officers, servants, agents, representatives, employees, successors, assigns and transferees; “Insurances” means insurances and any reinsurances in respect of the Aircraft described in and complying with the requirements of Clause 15 (Insurance) and Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements); “International Interest” has the meaning given to such term in the Consolidated Text; “International Registry” has the meaning given to such term in the Consolidated Text; “KYC Laws” means all anti-corruption and anti-money laundering laws applicable to the Owner, Lessor, any Financing Party and Lessee, the State of Registration, the country of manufacturer of the Aircraft (which shall include the United States), and the country of the Habitual Base, including without limitation Title III to the U.S.A. Patriot Act, Pub. L. 107-56 (Oct. 26, 2001), the Bank Secrecy Act, 31 U.S.C. §§ 5311 et. seq., the Money Laundering Control Act, 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956 and 1957, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 78dd 1, et seq., and the UK Bribery Act. “Landing Gear” means the complete strut assembly, consisting of the inner and outer cylinders of each main landing gear and nose landing gear and all associated parts that comprise each landing gear assembly, as listed in the Aircraft Documents including side struts, braces, and uplock and downlock mechanisms but excluding, without limitation, rotable parts such as wheels, tires, brakes, transducers and switch assemblies, title to which is vested in Lessor; “Landing Gear Overhaul” means an overhaul of a Landing Gear assembly in accordance with the Landing Gear Manufacturer’s repair manual that restores such Landing Gear to a “zero time since overhaul” condition in accordance with the Landing Gear Manufacturer’s repair manual and is performed in accordance with the Landing Gear Manufacturer’s overhaul specifications and operating criteria (excluding any rotable components such as wheels, tires, brakes and consumable items); “Law” includes common or customary law and any constitution, decree, judgment, legislation, order, ordinance, regulation, statute, treaty or other legislative measure in any jurisdiction or any present or future directive, regulation, request or requirement (in each case, whether or not having the force of law but, if not having the force of law, the compliance with which is in accordance with the general practice of Persons to whom the directive, regulation, request or requirement is addressed); “Lease Commencement Date” means the date Lessor and Lessee execute the Lease Commencement Date Confirmation; “Lease Commencement Date Confirmation” means a lease commencement date confirmation to be executed and delivered by the parties substantially in the form appearing in Schedule 9 (Form of Lease Commencement Date Confirmation); “Lessor Guarantee” means the New York law guarantee of the obligations of Lessor under this Agreement and the other Operative Documents, in the form to be agreed to by the parties; “Lessor Guarantor” means Incline B Aviation Limited Partnership, a Cayman Islands exempted limited partnership, or any replacement thereof in accordance with Clause 21 (Assignment and

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Transfer); “Lessor Lien” means: (a) any Security Interest in respect of the Aircraft or any Security Interest over the rights under any Operative Document from time to time created by, through or under any Lessor Party or any Affiliate of any Lessor Party in connection with the financing of the Aircraft; (b) any other Security Interest in respect of the Aircraft which results from (i) acts of or claims against any Lessor Party, any Affiliate of any Lessor Party, any Financing Party or any Affiliate of any Financing Party not related to the transactions contemplated by or permitted under this Agreement or the other Operative Documents, or (ii) any indebtedness, liability or other obligation arising by, through or under any Lessor Party, any Affiliate of any Lessor Party, any Financing Party or any Affiliate of any Financing Party that is not the subject of any Lessee’s indemnity, payment or reimbursement obligation under this Agreement; and (c) any Security Interest in respect of the Aircraft for Lessor Taxes; “Lessor Party” means each of Lessor, Servicer and Lessor Guarantor; “Lessor Taxes” means Taxes specified in Clause 20.3 (Tax Indemnity); “Life Limited Part” or “LLP” means any Part that has a pre-determined life limit as mandated by Manufacturer, the Aviation Authority, the FAA or EASA which requires any such Part to be discarded upon reaching such life limit; “Loss” means any loss, liability, action, claim, proceeding, judgment, penalty, fine, damages, fee, cost or expense (including legal fees and expenses, including legal fees and expenses incurred to enforce any applicable indemnity); “LPT Major Module” means the low pressure turbine module of an Engine as described in the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual as in effect at that time; “Maintenance Program” has the meaning given to it in Clause 11.5 (Maintenance Program); “Mandatory Orders” means all and any Aviation Authority and FAA mandatory orders and Regulations applicable to the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part; “Manufacturer” means, in relation to the Airframe, the Airframe Manufacturer or, in relation to the Engines, the Engine Manufacturer or in relation to any Part, the manufacturer of that Part; “Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual” means the individual manuals or maintenance data sets published by the Aircraft, Engine and Parts Manufacturer (as the case may be); “Manufacturer’s Maintenance Planning Document” or “MPD” means the planning document relating to recommended maintenance of the Aircraft issued by Manufacturer, including the airworthiness limitation section, as the same may from time to time be amended, modified or supplemented; “Maximum Deductible Amount” has the meaning given to it in Clause 4 (Insurance and Default Matters) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “Mexico” means the United Mexican States; “Minimum Liability Coverage” has the meaning given to it in Clause 4 (Insurance and Default

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Matters) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “OEM” means in relation to any Part or part the original equipment manufacturer or the original type certification bidder of such Part or part; “OFAC” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.18 (Know Your Customer/OFAC Compliance); “Operative Documents” means (a) this Agreement, the Original Acceptance Certificate, the Original Lease Acceptance Certificate, the Lease Commencement Date Confirmation, the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate, any Renewal Notice, the Airframe Warranty Assignment, the Engine Warranties Assignment, any IDERA issued pursuant to the terms hereof, the Deregistration Power of Attorney, the Lessor Guarantee and any acknowledgment of the Financing Documents executed by Lessee, together with (b) any schedules, documents, notices or certificates from time to time executed or issued by Lessee pursuant hereto or thereto and (c) any side letters, supplements, amendments or modifications to any of the foregoing from time to time executed or agreed to by Lessee which (other than in the case of amendments to Operative Documents, which shall automatically be Operative Documents), are agreed in writing by Lessor and Lessee to be Operative Documents for the purposes of this Agreement; “Original Acceptance Certificate” means the certificate of acceptance dated October 11, 2016 delivered to Lessor by Lessee under the Prior Lease; “Original Delivery Date” means October 11, 2016; “Other Aircraft” has the meaning given to it in Clause 12.5(a) (Installation of Engines and Parts on Other Aircraft); “Part” means, whether or not for the time being installed on the Aircraft: (a) any component, furnishing or equipment (including any APU and Landing Gear but excluding a complete Engine) furnished with the Aircraft on the Original Delivery Date; and (b) any other component, furnishing or equipment (other than a complete Engine) title to which has, or should have, passed to Lessor pursuant to this Agreement; but excludes any such items title to which has, or should have, passed to Lessee pursuant to this Agreement. For the avoidance of doubt, Part includes the APU; “Patriot Act” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.18 (Know Your Customer/OFAC Compliance); “PBH Period” has the meaning given to it in Clause 5.2 (PBH Period); “PBH Rent” has the meaning given to it in Clause 1 (Base Lease Term and Rent) of Part A of the Financial Terms Annex; “PBH Rent Date” has the meaning given to it in Clause 5.2 (PBH Period); “Permitted Lien” means: (a) any lien for Taxes not assessed or, if assessed, not yet due and payable, or being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings; or (b) any lien of a repairer, mechanic, carrier, hangarkeeper, airport, air navigation authority or

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other similar lien arising in the ordinary course of business by operation of law in respect of obligations which are not overdue or are being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings; or (c) any Lessor Lien; or (d) any lien arising from the Operative Documents; or (e) any rights of a Permitted Sublessee under a sublease; but only if (in the case of both (a) and (b)) (i) adequate reserves have been taken by Lessee for the payment of such Taxes or obligations; and (ii) such proceedings, or the continued existence of such lien, do not give rise to any material risk of the sale, forfeiture or other loss of the Aircraft or any interest therein or any material risk of criminal liability or material civil liability against Lessor or any other Indemnitee; “Permitted Sublessee” means a sublessee permitted pursuant to the terms of Clause 10.3 (Subleasing); “Person” means any individual, firm, partnership, joint venture, trust, corporation, Government Entity, corporate or business association, committee, department, authority or any other entity, incorporated or unincorporated, whether having distinct legal personality or not, or any member of the same and Persons shall be construed accordingly; “Post-Closing Authorizations and Filings” means the authorizations, registrations, documents, filings and other items to be delivered or provided by Lessee after the Lease Commencement Date pursuant to Clause 5 (Post-Closing Matters) of Schedule 3 (Conditions Precedent and Post-Closing Matters); “Prepetition Breaches” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.20 (Prepetition General Unsecured Damage Claims); “Prepetition Damages Claim” has the meaning given to it in Clause 22.20 (Prepetition General Unsecured Damage Claims); “Prior Lease” has the meaning given to it in Clause 2 (Agreement to Lease); “Prohibited Person” means any individual or entity: (a) with whom Lessor, Lessee, or a citizen of the United States is prohibited or restricted in engaging in transactions or exporting goods or services to under any Trade Laws; (b) who is a resident of, or organized under the laws of any Restricted Country; (c) who is designated on any U.N. Security Council Resolution or any European Union or United States list, order, or other published designation of terrorists, narcotics traffickers, proliferators of weapons of mass destruction or other lists of barred or restricted entities or individuals, including without limitation (i) the U.S. Department of Treasury Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List; (ii) the U.S. Department of Commerce Denied Persons List; (iii) the U.S. Department of Commerce Entity List; and (iv) the EU Sanctions List; “Protocol” means the Protocol to the Convention on Matters Specific to Aircraft Equipment, signed in Cape Town, South Africa on 16 November 2001; “Purchase Option Offer” has the meaning given to it in Clause 18.7(a) (Purchase Option). “Purchase Option Price” means the Dollar amount as specified and set out in Clause 8 (Purchase

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Option) of the Financial Terms Annex; “Purchase Option Rejection Threshold” means the Dollar amount as specified and set out in Clause 8 (Purchase Option) of the Financial Terms Annex; “RAM” means the Mexican Aeronautical Registry (Registro Aeronáutico Mexicano) or any other Mexican Government Entity succeeding to its functions; “Redelivery Acceptance Certificate” means a redelivery acceptance certificate to be executed and delivered by the parties at redelivery of the Aircraft to Lessor substantially in the form appearing at Schedule 15 (Form of Redelivery Acceptance Certificate); “Redelivery Check” means Lessee’s next due block “C” check in accordance with the Maintenance Program during the Term and the revision of the MPD in effect two (2) months prior to the commencement date of such check, and includes all inspections, checks and work up to and including those required every [REDACTED]; “Redelivery Conditions” means the conditions set forth in Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions); “Redelivery Date” means the date on which the Aircraft is redelivered by Lessee to Lessor in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; “Redelivery Location” means a maintenance or storage facility in Mexico selected by Lessee or such other location as may be agreed by Lessor and Lessee; “Redelivery Maintenance Payment” has the meaning set forth in Part B (Redelivery Maintenance Payment) of the Financial Terms Annex; “Regulation” means any Law or regulation (including any internal corporate regulation), official directive or recommendation, requirement or contractual undertaking which applies to Lessee or the Aircraft; “Removed Engine” means any Engine not installed on the Airframe so long as title thereto remains vested in Lessor in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; “Removed Part” means any Part not installed on the Aircraft so long as title thereto remains vested in Lessor in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; “Rent” means the PBH Rent and/or the Fixed Rent; “Replacement Engine” means in respect of any Engine to be replaced under this Agreement, an engine that (a) is of the same manufacturer and model (or at Lessee’s option an improved model) as that Engine; (b) taking into account [REDACTED]; (c) is capable of being installed on the Airframe without impairing the value or utility of the Airframe; and (d) is delivered with the FAA Form 8130-3 or EASA Form One or equivalent form identifying the serial number of such engine and [REDACTED] and shall include all documents listed under Schedule 7 (Aircraft Documents at Redelivery); and in respect of which title is capable of passing to Lessor free and clear of all Security Interests other than Permitted Liens; “Replacement Part” means in respect of any Part to be replaced under this Agreement, a component furnishing or part that (a) is certified in accordance with FAR Part 145 or its equivalent successor for installation on the Aircraft; (b) [REDACTED]; (c) [REDACTED]; and (d) [REDACTED]; (e) [REDACTED]; (f) [REDACTED]; (g) [REDACTED]; (h) [REDACTED]; and in respect of which title is capable of passing to Lessor free and clear of all Security Interests other

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than Permitted Liens; “Required Redelivery Date” means the Termination Date (other than a Termination Date of the type described in Clause 4(b) (Termination Date)) without regard to any extension of the Term pursuant to Clause 18.2 (Non-Compliance); “Sales Taxes” means sales, use, rental, value added, goods and services and similar Taxes; “Security Interest” means any mortgage, charge, pledge, lien, encumbrance, assignment, lease, sublease, hypothecation, right of set-off or any other agreement or arrangement having the effect of conferring security or creating an encumbrance; “Servicer” means BBAM US LP and/or BBAM Aviation Services Limited; “State of Incorporation” means Mexico; “State of Manufacture” means United States of America; “State of Registration” means Mexico or any other country in which the Aircraft is from time to time registered in accordance with Clause 9.5 (Registration and Protection); “Structural Checks” means, with respect to the Airframe, a Structural Check, and shall be construed to imply the 12 Year SC (or the equivalent Structural Check if such 12 Year SCs are no longer applicable), where “12 Year SC” means a structural, zonal and systems inspection of the Aircraft (and resulting repairs, if any) which accomplishes all tasks having an interval of twelve (12) years as per the current revision of the Maintenance Program and such additional major structural, zonal and systems tasks performed concurrently therewith as may then be due based upon the performance intervals set out in the then-current revision of the Maintenance Program or if the Maintenance Program has been revised in respect of such Structural Check, an inspection which Lessor agrees in writing is equivalent in scope and content to the foregoing in accordance with the then-current revision of the Maintenance Program; “Surviving Entity” has the meaning given to it in Clause 9.7(b) (Lessee Existence); “Tax Indemnitee” means Lessor and each successor and permitted assign of Lessor; “Taxes” means all present and future taxes, levies, imposts, duties or charges of any nature whatsoever, and wheresoever imposed, including (without limitation) value added tax or any similar tax and any franchise, transfer, sales, use, business, occupation, excise, personal property, real property, stamp, gross income, personal property, fuel, leasing, occupational, turnover, excess profits, excise, gross receipts, franchise, registration, license, corporation, capital gains, export/import, income, levies, imposts, withholdings or other taxes or duties of any nature whatsoever (or any other amount corresponding to any of the foregoing) now or hereafter imposed, levied, collected, withheld or assessed by any national or regional taxing or fiscal authority or agency, together with any penalties, additions to tax, fines or interest thereon, and Tax and Taxation shall be construed accordingly; “Term” means the period commencing on the Lease Commencement Date and ending on the Termination Date and shall include the Base Lease Term and, if applicable, any Renewal Lease Term or Operational Extension; “Termination Date” means the date determined in accordance with Clause 4 (Termination Date); “Total Loss” means, with respect to the Aircraft (including for the purposes of this definition the

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Airframe) or an Engine: (a) the actual, constructive, compromised, arranged or agreed total loss of the Aircraft or any Engine (including any damage to the Aircraft or any Engine or requisition for use or hire which results in an insurance settlement on the basis of a total loss); or (b) the Aircraft or any Engine being destroyed, damaged beyond economic repair or permanently rendered unfit for normal use for any reason whatsoever; or (c) the requisition of title, confiscation, forfeiture or other compulsory acquisition of title for any reason of the Aircraft or any Engine by the government of the State of Registration or any other authority (whether de jure or de facto); or (d) any sale of the Aircraft in connection with navigation or airport charges; or (e) the hi-jacking, theft, disappearance, seizure (other than any seizure resulting from a breach by Lessor of its covenant of quiet enjoyment set forth in Clause 8.1 (Quiet Enjoyment)) or requisition for use or hire of the Aircraft or any Engine which deprives any Person permitted by this Agreement to have possession and/or use of the Aircraft of its possession and/or use for more than [REDACTED] consecutive days or [REDACTED] days beyond the scheduled Expiry Date in the case of requisition for use or hire by the government of the State of Registration; “Total Loss Date” means with respect to the Aircraft (including for the purposes of this definition, the Airframe) or an Engine: (a) in the case of an actual total loss or destruction, damage beyond economic repair of the Aircraft or any Engine, or the Aircraft or an Engine being rendered permanently unfit, the date on which such loss, destruction, damage or rendition occurs (or, if the date of loss or destruction is not known, the date on which the Aircraft or Engine was last heard of); (b) in the case of a constructive, compromised, arranged or agreed total loss of the Aircraft or any Engine, whichever shall be the earlier of (i) the date being [REDACTED] days after the date on which notice claiming such total loss is issued to the insurers or brokers, and (ii) the date on which such loss is agreed or compromised by the insurers; (c) in the case of requisition for title, confiscation, forfeiture or other compulsory acquisition or similar event of the Aircraft or any Engine by the government of the State of Registration or any other authority, the date on which the same takes effect; or (d) in the case of hi-jacking, theft, disappearance, seizure or requisition for use or hire of the Aircraft or any Engine, the earlier of (i) the last day of the period referred to in clause (d) of the definition of Total Loss and (ii) the date on which the insurers make payment on the basis of a Total Loss; “Trade Laws” means all economic or trade sanctions and export control laws applicable to Lessor, any Financing Party and Lessee, the State of Registration, the country of manufacturer of the Aircraft (which shall include the United States), and the country of the Habitual Base, including but not limited to all applicable provisions of (a) any United Nations Security Council Resolutions imposing sanctions, (b) any sanctions or restrictive measures imposed by European Union Council decision or regulation promulgated thereunder (c) United States export control and economic sanctions laws including without limitation, (i) the Export Administration Regulations, 15 C.F.R.

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§§ 730 et. seq. and (ii) the regulations administered by OFAC, 31 C.F.R. §§ 501 et. seq. “Transferee” has the meaning given to it in Clause 21.2(b) (Lessor Transfer); “Transition Date” has the meaning given to it in Clause 5.1(b) (Fixed Rent Periods); “UCC” means the Uniform Commercial Code as enacted in the State of New York or, if the laws of another state of the United States of America so provide, as enacted in such state; and “VAT” has the meaning given to it in Clause 20.5 (Value Added Tax). Construction and Usage (a) References in this Agreement to: (a) any statutory or other legislative provision shall be construed as including any statutory or legislative modification or re-enactment thereof, or any provision enacted in substitution therefor; (b) “Lessor”, “Lessor Guarantor” or “Lessee” includes any assignee or successor in title to Lessor, Lessor Guarantor or Lessee respectively (subject to the provisions of Clause 21 (Assignment and Transfer)); (c) any deed, agreement or instrument shall include any such deed, agreement or instrument as may from time to time be amended, supplemented or substituted; (d) an “agreement” also includes a concession, contract, deed, franchise, license, treaty or undertaking (in each case, whether oral or written); (e) the “assets” of any Person shall be construed as a reference to the whole or any part of its business, undertaking, property, assets and revenues (including any right to receive revenues); (f) “month” is a reference to a period which starts on one day in a calendar month and ends on the day immediately preceding the numerically corresponding day in the next calendar month, except that if there is no numerically corresponding day in that next month it shall end on the last day of that next month (and references to “months” shall be construed accordingly); and (g) “includes,” “including”, “include” or similar terms shall not be construed as limiting and shall mean “including, without limitation”. (b) Headings are for ease of reference only. (c) Where the context so admits, words importing the singular number only shall include the plural and vice versa, and words importing neuter gender shall include the masculine or feminine gender.

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SCHEDULE 2 REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES Lessee’s Representations and Warranties Lessee represents and warrants to Lessor on the date of execution of this Agreement and on the Lease Commencement Date, in each case by reference to the facts and circumstances existing on such date that: (a) Status: Lessee is a company duly incorporated and validly existing under the laws of the State of Incorporation; (b) Power and Authority: subject to approval by the Bankruptcy Court of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, (i) Lessee has the company power and authority to carry on its business as presently being conducted and to enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party, (ii) Lessee has taken all necessary company action to authorize the entry into, performance and delivery of, this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party, and (iii) this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party has been duly executed and delivered by Lessee; (c) Legal validity: subject to approval by the Bankruptcy Court of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party constitutes (or when executed and delivered will constitute) legal, valid and binding obligations of Lessee, enforceable against Lessee in accordance with its terms, except insofar as enforceability may be limited by (i) applicable bankruptcy and/or similar laws affecting creditors’ rights generally, or (ii) general principles of equity; (d) Non-conflict: the entry into and performance by Lessee of, and the transactions contemplated by, this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party do not: (i) conflict with any Laws or Regulations applicable to Lessee; or (ii) conflict with the organizational documents of Lessee; or (iii) conflict with or result in default under any document which is binding upon Lessee or any of its assets nor result in the creation of any Security Interest over any of its assets (other than as contemplated hereby and thereby); (e) Licenses and permits: Lessee holds all material licenses, certificates, permits and approvals necessary for the conduct of its business and the performance of its obligations under this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party; (f) Approvals and Consents: subject to approval by the Bankruptcy Court of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, all authorizations, approvals, consents and notifications required by Lessee in connection with the entry into, performance, validity and enforceability of, this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party and the transactions contemplated by this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessee is a party, have been obtained or effected (as appropriate) and are in full force and effect; (g) Registrations and Filings: except for the Post-Closing Authorizations and Filings, no filing or recording of any instrument or document is necessary under the laws of the State of Incorporation or the State of Registration in order to ensure the validity, effectiveness

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and enforceability of this Agreement or to establish, perfect or protect the rights and interests of Lessor in the Aircraft and this Agreement against Lessee and all other Persons; (h) Excluded Countries: Lessee does not hold a contract or other obligation to operate the Aircraft to or from any country which is an Excluded Country unless applicable consents, exemptions or licenses have been obtained or apply in respect of such contracts, obligations or operations; (i) No Litigation: except as related to the Bankruptcy Cases, no litigation, arbitration or administrative proceedings are pending or, to Lessee’s knowledge, threatened before any court or administrative agency against Lessee which, could reasonably be expected to have a material adverse effect upon Lessee’s ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement or any other Operative Document; (j) No Event of Default: other than in respect of any Event of Default as it relates to (1) the period of time before the Bankruptcy Cases or (2) the filing or continuance of the Bankruptcy Cases, no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing or will result from the entry into or performance of this Agreement by Lessee; (k) Pari Passu: the obligations of Lessee under this Agreement or any other Operative Document are direct, general and unconditional obligations and rank at least pari passu with all other present and future unsecured and unsubordinated obligations (including contingent obligations) of Lessee, with the exception of such obligations as are mandatorily preferred by Law and not by virtue of any contract; (l) No Immunity: Lessee a is subject to civil commercial law with respect to its obligations under this Agreement and each other Operative Document, neither Lessee nor any of its assets are entitled to any right of immunity and the entry into and performance of this Agreement or any other Operative Document by Lessee constitute private and commercial acts; (m) Compliance: (i) neither Lessee nor any person or entity that owns more than a ten percent (10%) interest in, or has any control over, Lessee is a Prohibited Person; (ii) in connection with the transaction(s) contemplated under this Agreement, Lessee is in material compliance with all applicable Trade Laws and KYC Laws; (iii) Lessee acknowledges that the Aircraft is subject to U.S. export controls and economic sanctions regulations and agrees not to export, reexport or divert the Aircraft or Engines in violation of any Trade Law; and (n) Interests: Lessee has not granted to any person other than Lessor an international interest, national interest, prospective international interest or an irrevocable de-registration and export request authorisation with respect to the Airframe or any Engine. Lessor’s Representations and Warranties Lessor represents and warrants to Lessee on the date of execution of this Agreement and on the Lease Commencement Date, in each case by reference to the facts and circumstances existing on such date that:

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(a) Status: Lessor is a limited liability company organized under and subject to the laws of [●];4 (b) Power and Authority: (i) Lessor has the power and authority to carry on its business as presently being conducted and to enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement and each of other Operative Document to which it is a party, and (ii) this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessor is a party has been (or will be on or before the Lease Commencement Date) duly executed and delivered by Lessor; (c) Legal Validity: this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which Lessor is a party constitutes (or when executed and delivered will constitute) its valid, legal and binding obligation enforceable against it in accordance with its terms except insofar as enforceability may be limited by (i) applicable bankruptcy and similar laws afflicting creditors’ rights generally or (ii) general principles of equity; (d) Non-conflict: the entry into and performance by Lessor of, and the transactions contemplated by, this Agreement and each other Operative Document to which it is a party, does not and will not: (i) conflict with any Laws or Regulations applicable to Lessor; or (ii) conflict with the constitutional documents of Lessor; or (iii) conflict with or result in default under any document which is binding upon Lessor or any of Lessor’s assets; or (iv) result in the creation of any Security Interest over any of Lessor’s assets other than Lessor Liens in favor of the Financing Parties Representative; (e) Approvals and Consents: no consent, approval, order or authorization of, or giving of notice to, or registration with, or taking of any other action in respect of any state or local governmental authority or agency or any United States federal governmental authority or agency is required for the execution and delivery of or the carrying out by Lessor of any of the transactions contemplated hereby or by this Agreement or any other Operative Document to which Lessor is a party, other than any such consent, approval, order, authorization registration, notice or action as has been duly obtained, given or taken; (f) No Litigation: no litigation, arbitration or administration proceedings are pending or to Lessor’s knowledge threatened before any court or administrative agency against Lessor which could reasonably be expected to have a material adverse effect upon Lessor’s ability to perform its respective obligations under this Agreement or any other Operative Document; and (g) Title: Lessor has good and marketable title to the Aircraft, free of all Security Interests arising by, through or under any Lessor Party other than Lessor Liens in favor of the Financing Parties Representative. Survival The representations and warranties pursuant to Clauses 1 (Lessee’s Representations and Warranties) and 2 (Lessor’s Representations and Warranties) of this Schedule 2 (Representations and Warranties) shall survive the execution of this Agreement. 4 Note to Draft: BBAM to confirm.

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SCHEDULE 3 CONDITIONS PRECEDENT AND POST-CLOSING MATTERS Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessee: Lessor’s obligations to lease the Aircraft to Lessee on the terms and conditions set forth herein is subject to the satisfaction of the Conditions Precedent set out in Clause 1 of this Schedule 3. All documents delivered to Lessor pursuant to Clause 1 of this Schedule 3 will be at Lessee’s cost and in English (other than any organizational documents and any approvals, consents, filings and other official documents issued by Mexican governmental authorities, which may be in Spanish). (a) On or before the Lease Commencement Date, Lessee shall provide the following each in full force as of the Lease Commencement Date and each in form and substance satisfactory to Lessor (acting reasonably): (i) Corporate Documents: a copy of the following items of Lessee: (a) the organizational documents of Lessee, (b) an abstract of the resolutions of the board of directors of Lessee or other written evidence of appropriate corporate action authorizing the execution, delivery and performance of the Operative Documents and the leasing of the Aircraft thereunder and appointing a specified Person or Persons to execute each Operative Document to which Lessee is a party on its behalf and (c) a specimen of the signature of each Person authorized to execute the Operative Documents on behalf of Lessee; (ii) Officer’s Certificate: a certificate of an officer or director of Lessee certifying that on the Lease Commencement Date: (a) the documents provided in Clause 1(a)(i) are true and complete copies of such items and have not been modified or amended and are in full force and effect; (b) no Event of Default has occurred or would be caused by the leasing of the Aircraft to Lessee pursuant to this Agreement; and (c) all of the representations and warranties of Lessee under the Operative Documents that are entered into on the Lease Commencement Date are true and correct; (iii) Bankruptcy Court Order: a final, non-appealable order entered by the Bankruptcy Court, in form and substance satisfactory to Lessor authorizing Lessee’s entry into the transactions contemplated under this Agreement; (iv) Opinion: a legal opinion issued by Lessee’s in-house legal counsel substantially in the Agreed Form concerning matters relating to the delivery and registration of the Aircraft; (v) Approvals and Consents: evidence of the issue of each authorization, approval, consent and notification other than the Post-Closing Authorizations and Filings which may be required in relation to, or in connection with the performance by Lessee of any of its obligations hereunder or under the other Operative Documents to which it is a party or, if no such approvals are required, a statement to that effect included in the legal opinion described in Clause 1(a)(iv) of this Schedule; (vi) Operative Documents: Lessor shall have received copies of this Agreement and the other Operative Documents to which Lessee is a party, in each case, duly

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executed by Lessee; (vii) Licenses: copies of Lessee’s air transport license (concesion), air operator’s certificate, and all other licenses, certificates and permits required by Lessee in relation to, or in connection with, the operation of the Aircraft; (viii) Insurance: a certificate of insurance and, if applicable, reinsurance evidencing the due compliance by Lessee with the insurances required to be maintained pursuant to this Agreement together with a broker’s letter of undertaking; (ix) Payments: all sums due to Lessor under this Agreement on or before the Lease Commencement Date; (x) International Registry: evidence in a “priority search certificate” from the International Registry that there are no International Interests, prospective International Interests or other interests registered in the International Registry in relation to the Airframe or any Engine, other than those arising under the transactions contemplated by the Operative Documents or in respect of Lessor Liens or prospective Lessor Liens; (xi) UCC: an agreed form UCC Form 1 financing statement with respect to this Agreement in a form acceptable to Lessor for filing in Washington, D.C.; (xii) Maintenance Program: copies of the preamble and matrix of the Maintenance Program and Lessee’s approved continued airworthiness management exposition (CAME) approved by the Aviation Authority; and (xiii) Deregistration Power of Attorney: a Deregistration Power of Attorney executed by Lessee in favor of Lessor. (b) On or before the Lease Commencement Date, Lessor shall have received a legal opinion issued by Lessor’s Mexican counsel at Lessor’s cost as to such matters of Mexican law as Lessor may reasonably require. (c) On the Lease Commencement Date, the following conditions shall be satisfied (and confirmed by a certificate of an authorized signatory of Lessee dated the Lease Commencement Date): (i) Default: no Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing or might result from the leasing of the Aircraft to Lessee under this Agreement; and (ii) Representations and Warranties: Lessee shall repeat the representations and warranties in Clause 1 of Schedule 2 (Representations and Warranties). Waiver: Each of the Conditions Precedent set out in Clause 1 (Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessee) of this Schedule 3 is for the sole benefit of Lessor and may be waived or deferred by Lessor in whole or in part with or without conditions. Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessor: Lessee’s willingness to lease the Aircraft from Lessor on the terms and conditions set forth herein is subject to the satisfaction of the Conditions Precedent set out in this Clause 3 to this Schedule 3. All documents delivered to Lessee pursuant

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to this Clause 3 of this Schedule 3 will be at Lessor’s cost and in English. (a) On or before the Lease Commencement Date, Lessor shall provide the following each in full force as of the Lease Commencement Date and each in form and substance satisfactory to Lessee (acting reasonably): (i) Corporate Documents: (A) a copy of (1) the organizational documents of Lessor, (2) an abstract of the resolutions of the board of directors of Lessor which may be standing resolutions sufficient to authorize officers or others to execute and deliver the Operative Documents entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date to which Lessor is a party and this Agreement and each other Operative Document entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date to which Lessor is a party on behalf of Lessor and (3) a specimen of the signature of each Person authorized to execute the Agreement and each other Operative Document entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date on behalf of Lessor; and (B) a copy of (1) the organizational documents of the Lessor Guarantor, (2) an abstract of the resolutions of the board of directors of the Lessor Guarantor or other written evidence of appropriate corporate action authorizing the execution, delivery and performance of the Operative Documents entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date to which the Lessor Guarantor is party and appointing a specified Person or Persons to execute the same on their behalf, and (3) a specimen of the signature of each Person authorized to execute the Operative Documents entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date on behalf of the Lessor Guarantor; (ii) Officer’s Certificate: (A) a certificate of an officer or director of Lessor certifying that on the Lease Commencement Date: (1) the documents provided in Clause 3(i)(A) by Lessor are true and complete copies of such items and have not be modified or amended and are in full force and effect; and (2) all of the representations and warranties of Lessor in the Operative Documents entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date are true and correct, and (B) a certificate of an officer or director of the Lessor Guarantor certifying that on the Lease Commencement Date: (1) the documents provided in Clause 3(i)(B) are true and complete copies of such items and have not be modified or amended and are in full force and effect; and (2) all of the representations and warranties of the Lessor Guarantor in the Operative Documents entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date are true and correct; (iii) Approvals and Consents: evidence of the issue of each authorization, approval, consent and notification other than the Post-Closing Authorizations and Filings which may be required in relation to, or in connection with the performance by Lessor and Lessor Guarantor of any of their obligations hereunder or any Operative Document (if any); (iv) Opinion: opinions issued by counsel to each of Lessor and Lessor Guarantor, in each case addressed to Lessee and confirming the existence of such Person, the due execution by such Person, of this Agreement and each other Operative Document entered into as of the Lease Commencement Date to which such Person is a party and as to such other matters as may reasonably be requested; (v) Quiet Enjoyment: Lessee shall have received an undertaking executed by Lessor containing terms substantially similar to Clause 8.1 (Quiet Enjoyment) to the effect

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that neither it nor any Person claiming by, through or under it will disturb the quiet use, possession and enjoyment of the Aircraft by Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee during the Term so long as no Event of Default is continuing; and (vi) Operative Documents. Lessee shall have received: (A) a copy of this Agreement duly executed by Lessor, (B) a copy of the Lessor Guarantee duly executed by the Lessor Guarantor and (C) copies of the other Operative Documents duly executed by the parties thereto (other than Lessee). Waiver: Each of the Conditions Precedent set out in Clause 3 (Conditions Precedent to be Satisfied by Lessor) of this Schedule 3 is for the sole benefit of Lessee and may be waived or deferred by Lessee in whole or in part with or without conditions. Post-Closing Matters: Lessee shall: (a) within [REDACTED] Business Days after the later of: (i) Lease Commencement Date, and (ii) receipt by Lessee of necessary documents from Lessor, including, if required, a ratified and apostilled copy of this Agreement signed by Lessor, provide evidence to Lessor of the filing of this Agreement with the AFAC; (b) within [REDACTED] Business Days after the Lease Commencement Date, provide to Lessor (i) a certified translation of this Agreement filed with the AFAC and (ii) the Deregistration Power of Attorney executed before a Mexican notary public by Lessee in favor of Lessor; (c) within [REDACTED] Business Days of delivery of the updated permanent certificate of registration in accordance with Clause 5(d) (or such longer period as may be required giving consideration to any delays or closures arising from COVID-19), a copy of the official letter(s) granting registration issued by the AFAC with respect of the Aircraft and approving the recordation of this Agreement with the RAM; (d) deliver to Lessor not later than [REDACTED] days after the Lease Commencement Date (or such longer period as may be required giving consideration to any delays or closures arising from COVID-19), a copy of an updated permanent certificate of registration (Certificado de Matrícula Definitivo) in the name of Lessee as lessee and also noting the interests of Lessor as owner, and if applicable, the Finance Parties Representative; (e) as soon as reasonably practicable and in any event not later than [REDACTED] Business Days after the Lease Commencement Date (or such longer period as may be required giving consideration to any delays or closures arising from COVID-19) effect the registrations relating to the Aircraft with the International Registry in accordance with Clause 9.5 (Registrations and Protections) and provide to Lessor copies of the AEP Codes issued by the RAM in respect of each International Interest to be registered with the International Registry pursuant to this Agreement and a copy of the priority search certificates of the International Registry in respect of the Airframe and each Engine evidencing such registrations; and (f) within [REDACTED] Business Days of the Lease Commencement Date, evidence of the filed UCC Form 1 financing statement with respect to this Agreement.

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SCHEDULE 4 FINANCIAL TERMS ANNEX (CONFIDENTIAL) (NOT FOR FILING WITH THE AVIATION AUTHORITY) PART A BASE LEASE TERM, RENT AND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS Base Lease Term and Rent The Base Lease Term shall commence on the Lease Commencement Date and end on [REDACTED] (the “Base Lease Term”). Fixed Rent For each Fixed Rent Period during the Base Lease Term, the amount of US$[REDACTED] shall be payable on each Fixed Rent Date during the Base Lease Term (the “Fixed Rent”). PBH Rent During the PBH Period, the “PBH Rent” for a calendar month will be calculated in accordance with the following formula: [REDACTED] where: [REDACTED] [Reserved] Damage Notification Threshold For the purposes of Clause 9.2(b) (Information – General and Financial) and Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements) of this Agreement: “Damage Notification Threshold” means US$[REDACTED]. Insurance and Default Matters For the purposes of Clause 15 (Insurance) and Schedule 5 (Insurance Requirements) of this Agreement: “Agreed Value” means in the case of the Aircraft, [REDACTED]; [REDACTED]. “Minimum Liability Coverage” means no less than US$[REDACTED], each occurrence, each

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aircraft [REDACTED]. “Maximum Deductible Amount” means no more than US$[REDACTED]. “Default Rate” means [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) per annum. “Discount Rate” means [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) per annum. AD Cost Sharing Lessor will reimburse Lessee for the portion of cost of incorporating each Airworthiness Directive on the Aircraft as determined in accordance with the following formula: [REDACTED] where: [REDACTED]. Approved Appraisers The appraisers for purposes of Clause 18.7(c) (Purchase Option) of the Agreement are: Cirium, AVITAS, Inc., The Aircraft Value Analysis Company (AVAC) Limited and MBA Aviation. Aeromexico Historical Utilization for 787-9
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Purchase Option If Lessee exercises its option to purchase the Aircraft under Clause 18.7(a) (Purchase Option), the Purchase Option Price shall be US$[REDACTED]. If Lessor exercises its right to reject the Purchase Option Offer under Clause 18.7(b) (Purchase Option), the Purchase Option Rejection Threshold shall be US$[REDACTED].

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PART B REDELIVERY MAINTENANCE PAYMENT 1. Redelivery Maintenance Payment On the Redelivery Date, Lessee shall pay Lessor an amount equal to the total sum of the Structural Check Equivalency Charge, Engine Equivalency Charge, Engine LLP Equivalency Charge, APU Equivalency Charge and Landing Gear Equivalency Charge (the “Redelivery Maintenance Payment”). 2. Structural Check Equivalency Charge The Structural Check Equivalency Charge for the 12 Year SC shall be calculated pursuant to the following formula: A = (W/B) x (C) where: A is the Structural Check Equivalency Charge for the 12 Year SC. W is the labor and market cost of the 12 Year SC based on (i) Lessee’s costs for a Boeing 787-9 12 Year SC over the previous [REDACTED] years; or (ii) if not enough data is available or if Lessee and Lessor are in dispute on such cost, then the average of [REDACTED] recent invoices for such work from reputable maintenance providers who are FAA/EASA approved repair stations to accomplish such a Structural Check, [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessee, and [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessor. B is the total interval of calendar months (or Cycles or Flight Hours, if applicable) between 12 Year SCs for that aircraft type based on Lessee’s historic practices for Boeing 787-9 in its fleet. C is, as applicable, the actual number of calendar months, Cycles or Flight Hours as of the Redelivery Date since the last 12 Year SC (or if there has not been any 12 Year SC prior to the Redelivery Date, then since new). 3. Landing Gear Equivalency Charge The Landing Gear Equivalency Charge shall be calculated pursuant to the following formula: A = (W/B) x (C) where: A is the Landing Gear Equivalency Charge. W is the labor and market cost of accomplishing a Landing Gear Overhaul in respect of the Landing Gear based on (i) Lessee’s costs for a Boeing 787-9 Landing Gear Overhaul over the previous [REDACTED] years; or (ii) if not enough data is available or if Lessee and Lessor are in dispute on such cost, then the average of [REDACTED] recent invoices for such work from reputable maintenance providers who are FAA/EASA approved repair stations to accomplish such a Landing Gear Overhaul, [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessee, and [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessor.

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B is the total interval of calendar months (or Cycles or Flight Hours, if applicable) between Landing Gear Overhauls for that Landing Gear based on Lessee’s historic practices for Boeing 787-9 in its fleet. C is, as applicable, the actual number of calendar months, Cycles or Flight Hours elapsed as of the Redelivery Date since the last Landing Gear Overhaul (or if there has not been any Landing Gear Overhaul prior to the Redelivery Date, then since new). 4. Engine LLP Equivalency Charge The Engine LLP Equivalency Charge in respect of an Engine LLP shall be calculated pursuant to the following formula: A = (W/B) x (C) where: A is the Engine LLP Equivalency Charge for that Engine LLP. W is Engine Manufacturer’s published list price for that Engine LLP at the time of redelivery. B is the then current Cycle life limit for that Engine LLP as referenced in the Engine Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual Chapter 5; provided however, (i) if Lessor has accepted an extended hard life Cycle limit pursuant to Section E of Schedule 8 (Redelivery Conditions) for that Engine LLP, then such extended hard life Cycle limit shall be used instead, or (ii) if Lessee is able to transfer the warranted Ultimate Life from the OEM, then such Ultimate Life shall be used instead, whichever is longer. C is the actual number of Cycles accumulated by that Engine LLP as of the Redelivery Date since new. 5. Engine Equivalency Charge The Engine Equivalency Charge for each Engine Major Module shall be calculated pursuant to the following formula: A = (W/B) x (C) where: A is the Engine Equivalency Charge for that Engine Major Module. W is the labor and market cost of accomplishing an Engine Performance Restoration in respect of an Engine Major Module on an Engine based on (i) Lessee’s costs for a Boeing 787-9 Engine Performance Restoration over the previous [REDACTED] years; or (ii) if not enough data is available or if Lessee and Lessor are in dispute on such cost, then the average of [REDACTED] recent invoices for such work from reputable maintenance providers who are FAA/EASA approved repair stations to accomplish such an Engine Performance Restoration, [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessee, and [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessor. B is the total interval of Flight Hours between Engine Performance Restorations for that Engine Major Module based on Lessee’s historic practices for Boeing 787-9 in its fleet. C is, as applicable, the actual number of Flight Hours elapsed as of the Redelivery Date since the last Engine Performance Restoration of that Engine Major Module (or if there has not been any

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Engine Performance Restoration of that Engine Major Module prior to the Redelivery Date, then since new). 6. APU Equivalency Charge The APU Equivalency Charge shall be calculated pursuant to the following formula: A = (W/B) x (C) where: A is the APU Equivalency Charge. W is the labor and market cost of accomplishing an APU Medium Repair Shop Visit in respect of the APU based on (i) Lessee’s costs for a Boeing 787-9 APU Medium Repair Shop Visit over the previous [REDACTED] years; or (ii) if not enough data is available or if Lessee and Lessor are in dispute on such cost, then the average of [REDACTED] recent invoices for such work from reputable maintenance providers who are FAA/EASA approved repair stations to accomplish such an APU Medium Repair Shop Visit, [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessee, and [REDACTED] to be provided by Lessor. B is the total interval of calendar months (or Cycles or Flight Hours, if applicable) between an APU Medium Repair Shop Visit for that APU based on Lessee’s historic practices for Boeing 787-9 in its fleet. C is, as applicable, the actual number of calendar months, Cycles or Flight Hours elapsed as of the Redelivery Date since the last APU Medium Repair Shop Visit (or if there has not been any APU Medium Repair Shop Visit prior to the Redelivery Date, then since new).

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SCHEDULE 5 INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Types of Insurance The Insurances required to be maintained are as follows: (a) Hull All Risks of loss or damage while flying and on the ground with respect to the Aircraft on an agreed value basis for the Agreed Value and with a deductible not exceeding the Maximum Deductible Amount each claim, or such other amount agreed by Lessee and Lessor from time to time, it being agreed that any deductible in excess of the Maximum Deductible Amount may be covered by a deductible buy-down. In the event that such insurances required hereunder are subject to any aggregate limit, Lessee shall from to time purchase additional coverage such that the balance of coverage available under any such aggregate limit shall at all times be equal to at least ten times the Agreed Value; (b) Hull War and Allied Perils, being such risks excluded from the Hull All Risks Policy to the fullest extent available from the leading international insurance markets, including confiscation and requisition by the State of Registration, for the Agreed Value; (c) All Risks (including War and Allied Risk except when on the ground or in transit other than by air) property insurance on all Engines and Parts when not installed on the Aircraft on an “agreed value” basis for their full replacement value and including engine test and running risks; (d) Aircraft Third Party, Property Damage, Passenger, Baggage, Cargo and Mail and Airline General Third Party (including Products) Legal Liability for a combined single limit (bodily injury/property damage) of an amount not less than the Minimum Liability Coverage (or the equivalent thereof in any other currency approved by Lessor) for any one accident. War and Allied Risks are also to be covered under the policy to the fullest extent available from the leading international insurance markets (which coverage shall include but not be limited to an extended war risk coverage endorsement equivalent to the terms of AVN52E but for a combined single limit of an amount not less than the Minimum Liability Coverage). Terms of Hull Insurance All required hull insurance, so far as it relates to the Aircraft, will: (a) Additional Assureds: name Lessor and any Financing Parties Representative, and each of their respective successors and assigns, as additional insureds for their respective rights and interests; (b) Settlement of Losses: name Lessor (or, if Lessor so notifies Lessee, the Financing Parties Representative) as (sole) Loss Payee for the Agreed Value in respect of any Total Loss of the Aircraft or Airframe for an amount equal to the Agreed Value, and provided that any such Total Loss will be settled with Lessor (or, if applicable, the Financing Parties Representative) and will be payable in Dollars directly to Lessor (or, if applicable, the Financing Parties Representative) as sole Loss Payee (or, if applicable, the Financing Parties Representative) may direct in accordance with this Agreement or the Financing Documents and provided further that where proceeds do not relate to a Total Loss of the Aircraft or the Airframe such proceeds will be applied in accordance with Clause 6(b) of this Schedule 5 and where the loss does not exceed the Damage Notification Threshold and

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Lessor has not notified the insurers to the contrary due to the continuance of an Event of Default, the loss will be settled with and paid to Lessee; (c) 50/50 Provision: if separate hull “all risks” and “war risks” insurances are arranged, include a 50/50 provision in accordance with market practice (AVS 103 is the current market language); and (d) No Option to Replace: confirm that the insurers are not entitled to replace the Aircraft in the event of an insured Total Loss. Terms of Liability Insurance All required liability insurances will: (a) Additional Insureds: name the Indemnitees and the Financing Parties Representative (if any) for their respective rights and interests; (b) Severability: include a severability of interests clause which provides that the insurance, except for the limit of liability, will operate to give each insured the same protection as if there was a separate policy issued to each insured; (c) Primary Policy: contain a provision confirming that the policy is primary without right of contribution, and the liability of the insurers will not be affected by any other insurance of which any Indemnitee or Lessee may have the benefit so as to reduce the amount payable to the additional insureds under such policies. Terms of All Insurances All Insurances will to the extent not inconsistent with AVN67B (or any subsequent endorsement generally accepted by lessors and lenders in respect of insuring leased and financed aircraft operated by commercial air carriers): (a) Dollars: provide cover denominated in dollars and any other currencies which Lessor may reasonably require in relation to liability insurance; (b) Worldwide: operate on a worldwide basis subject to such limitations and exclusions as are customary in insurance coverages carried by major North American air carriers operating aircraft of the same type as the Aircraft; (c) Acknowledgement: acknowledge the insurer is aware of this Agreement and that the Aircraft is owned by Lessor and to the extent applicable mortgaged to the Financing Parties Representative (if any); (d) Breach of Warranty: provide that, in relation to the interests of each of the additional insureds, the Insurances will not be invalidated by any act or omission by Lessee (including misrepresentation and nondisclosure), or any other Person (including misrepresentation and nondisclosure) other than the respective additional insureds seeking protection and shall insure the interests of each of the additional insureds regardless of any breach or violation by Lessee, or any other Person other than the respective additional insureds seeking protection of any warranty, declaration or condition, contained in such Insurances; (e) Subrogation: provide that upon payment of any loss or claim to or on behalf of any Additional Insured, the respective insurer shall to the extent and in respect of such payment be thereupon subrogated to all legal and equitable rights of the Additional Insured indemnified hereby but not against any other Additional Insured; provided that such insurer

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shall not exercise such rights without the consent of the indemnified Additional Insured, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld; (f) Premiums: provide that the additional insureds will have no obligation or responsibility for the payment of any premiums due (but reserve the right to pay the same should any of them elect so to do) and that the insurers will not exercise any right of set-off or counter-claim in respect of any premium due against the respective interests of the additional insureds other than outstanding premiums relating to the Aircraft, any Engine or Part the subject of the relevant claim; (g) Cancellation/Change: provide that the insurers shall promptly notify Lessor and each Financing Party in the event of cancellation of, or any material change in, the insurances or any act or omission or any event that might invalidate or render unenforceable the Insurances or in the event that any premium or installment of premium shall not have been paid when due and that the Insurances will continue unaltered for the benefit of the additional insureds for at least thirty (30) days after written notice by registered mail or fax of any cancellation, change, event of non-payment of premium or installment thereof has been sent by insurer(s) to Lessor, the Financing Parties Representative (if any), or where an insurance broker is appointed to the insurance broker who shall promptly send on such notice to Lessor and the Financing Parties Representative (if any), except in the case of war risks for which seven (7) days (or such lesser period as is or may be customarily available in respect of war risks or allied perils) will be given; (h) Other: provide coverage with respect to losses and claims in connection with the change of year from 1999 to 2000, the change of date from 21 August 1999 to 22 August 1999 and/or any other change of year, date or time to the fullest extent as customary in the worldwide aviation insurance market, including date recognition limited coverage clauses AVN 2001A and AVN 2002A; (i) Reinsurance: reinsurance, as applicable, shall be placed with reinsurers and through brokers, in each case satisfying the requirements of Clause 15.1(b)(ii) (Insurances) and such reinsurance will: (i) be on the same terms as the original insurances and will include the provisions of this Schedule 5; (ii) provide that notwithstanding any bankruptcy, insolvency, liquidation, dissolution or similar proceedings of or affecting the reinsured that the reinsurers’ liability will be to make such payments as would have fallen due under the relevant policy of reinsurance if the reinsured had (immediately before such bankruptcy, insolvency, liquidation, dissolution or similar proceedings) discharged its obligations in full under the original insurance policies in respect of which the then relevant policy of reinsurance has been effected; and (iii) contain a “cut-through” and assignment clause in the following form (or otherwise reasonably satisfactory to Lessor): “The Reinsurers hereby agree (at the request and with the agreement of the Reinsured) that in the event of any valid claim arising hereunder the Reinsurers shall in lieu of payment to the Reinsured, its successors in interest and assigns pay to the relevant Indemnitee that portion of any claim for which the Reinsurers would otherwise be liable to pay the Reinsured (subject to

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proof of loss). Payment shall be made under this reinsurance notwithstanding any bankruptcy, insolvency, liquidation or dissolution of the Reinsured, and/or that the original Insurer has made no payment under the original insurance policies. Subject any payment due under this clause shall not contravene any law or decree of the Government of Mexico or any other applicable jurisdiction;” (j) Initiating Claims: contain a provision entitling Lessor or any insured party to initiate a claim under any policy in the event of the refusal or failure of Lessee to do so; and (k) Indemnities: accept and insure the indemnity provisions of this Agreement. Deductibles Lessee shall be responsible for any and all deductibles under the Insurances. Application of Insurance Proceeds The Insurances will be endorsed to provide for payment of proceeds as follows: (a) Total Loss: all insurance payments received as the result of a Total Loss occurring during the Term will be paid to or as directed by Lessor and Lessor will pay the balance of those amounts to Lessee after deduction of the Agreed Value and all other amounts which may be or become payable by Lessee to Lessor under this Agreement; (b) Other Loss/Damage: all insurance proceeds of any property, damage or loss to the Aircraft, any Engine or any Part occurring during the Term not constituting a Total Loss will be applied in payment (or to reimburse Lessee) for repairs or replacement property upon Lessor being satisfied (acting reasonably) that the repairs or replacement have been effected in accordance with this Agreement; (c) Liability Proceeds: all insurance proceeds in respect of third party liability will be paid directly in satisfaction of the relevant liability or to Lessee in reimbursement of any payment so made; and (d) Default: notwithstanding Clauses 6(a) and (b) above, if at the time of the payment of any such insurance proceeds under the insurances required under Clause 1(a), (b) or (c) of this Schedule 5 an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, all such proceeds will be paid to or retained by Lessor to be applied toward payment of any amounts which may be or become payable by Lessee pursuant to this Agreement in such order as Lessor may elect with any remainder after payment of all amounts payable hereunder or thereunder to be paid to Lessee. To the extent that insurance proceeds are paid to Lessee, Lessee agrees to comply with the foregoing provisions and apply or pay over such proceeds as so required.

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SCHEDULE 6 DESCRIPTION OF AIRCRAFT GENERAL DESCRIPTION Aircraft Type B787-9 Maximum Taxi Weight 547,000 lbs Maximum Take-Off Weight 545,000 lbs Maximum Landing Weight 425,000 lbs Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 400,000 lbs Engines GENX-1B74/75 engines bearing serial numbers 956790 and 956792 Configuration 274 (36 business/27 premium economy/211 economy) Winglets No Boeing Sky Interior Yes ETOPS 180 min

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SCHEDULE 7 AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTS AT REDELIVERY The following documentation and information is part of the Aircraft, and is the property of Lessor. All documentation shall have the necessary stamps, endorsements, certifications and signatures where appropriate. All documentation requiring a quality control certification shall be signed by Lessee’s quality control representative. Lessee may maintain all Aircraft Documents (or any subset thereof) in electronic format. Lessee may return the Aircraft Documents for the Aircraft to Lessor at the end of the Lease Term in digital format provided that (a) Lessee’s systems and procedures relating to the use of digital records for the Aircraft are approved by the Aviation Authority, (b) the return of the technical records for the Aircraft in digital form only shall not (i) restrict and/or limit Lessor’s access to and/or onward utility of such records or (ii) result in any additional cost to Lessor, and (c) Lessee shall return all hard copy records for the Aircraft to Lessor to the extent such documents are in the possession of Lessee (and in a manner consistent with Lessee’s record keeping practices for all aircraft of the same make and model as the Aircraft without discrimination against the Aircraft). All records listed in this Part shall be provided notwithstanding any policies of the Aviation Authority that may allow the disposal of such records, provided that Lessee shall not be obligated to provide any such document if such document was not received at the Original Delivery Date as noted in the Original Acceptance Certificate, and provided further that if, for any reason, Lessee is unable to provide any such document on or prior to the Redelivery Date and such document (a) is no longer required to be maintained by the Aviation Authority and the FAA, (b) is not related to serviceability and/or airworthiness certification, (c) does not prohibit Lessor procuring a certification of airworthiness from the relevant aviation authority, (d) would not reasonably prohibit a commercial airline operating under FAA standards putting the Aircraft into revenue service or cause excessive operational complications or affect the value and/or utility of an affected Part and (e) Lessor and Lessee agree (both acting reasonably) a mechanism to provide such document or an alternative means of providing such document after redelivery, Lessee shall not be in violation of the Redelivery Conditions. Certificates (a) Certificate of Airworthiness; (b) Certificate of Registration; (c) Aircraft De-Registration Confirmation (if applicable); (d) Export Certificate of Airworthiness issued by the last country of registry (if applicable); (e) Noise Limitation Certificate (AFM page) (if applicable); (f) Radio License Certificate; (g) Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS); (h) Material Flammability Certification; (i) Latest Maintenance Release Certificate; (j) Burn Certificates (Cabin Interiors)

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Manuals (but only to the extent that the below was supplied by the Manufacturer on or prior to the Original Delivery Date) (a) Aircraft Flight Manual; (b) Weight and Balance Control and Cargo Loading Manual and Supplements; (c) Operations Manual (Manufacturer’s generic); (d) Quick Reference Handbook (Manufacturer’s generic); (e) Structural Repair Manual; (f) Aircraft Maintenance Manual; (g) Component Overhaul Manuals, (MM, IPC, SRM) for the following cabin BFE, if such BFE is not factory installed and included in the Aircraft Documents: (i) Galleys; (ii) Coffee Makers, Ovens, Hot Jugs and other galley equipment; (iii) Lavatories; (iv) Toilet Assemblies; (v) Closets; (vi) Class Dividers; (vii) Passenger Seats; (h) Aircraft Illustrated Parts Catalog (I.P.C.) (operator customized); (i) Operator part number to manufacturer part number cross reference, if operator maintains its own part numbering system; (j) Aircraft Wiring Diagrams/Wiring Diagram Manual & Wiring Practices Manual; (k) Electrical Standard Practice Manual; (l) Troubleshooting Manual; (m) Engine shop manual; (n) APU shop manual; (o) Fault Isolation Manual; (p) Schematics Manual; (q) Summary of Lessee’s Maintenance Program; (r) List of Certification Maintenance Requirements; (s) Master Minimum Equipment List; (t) Configuration Deviation List;

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(u) Fault Reporting Manual (if applicable); (v) Maintenance Planning Document; (w) Aircraft Fueling Manual; (x) Maintenance Task Cards (y) Power Plant Build-up Manual. Airworthiness Directives Documentation (a) The Aircraft shall have all records associated with AD compliance: (i) A complete and current applicable AD status list of the Airframe and each appliance, Engine and APU Airworthiness Directive applicable to the Aircraft. This list shall include, but not be limited to: (A) AD number and revision number; (B) AD title; (C) Aircraft serial number, Engine serial number, APU serial number, as applicable; (D) Engineering documentation reference; (E) Manufacturer’s Service Bulletin reference and cross-references where appropriate; (F) Specify terminated or repetitive status; (G) Date of initial accomplishment; (H) Date of last maintenance accomplishment, if repetitive; (I) The means by which compliance was accomplished (either by means of repetitive inspections, modifications or terminating action); and (J) Details of any alternate means of compliance, including references, intervals, and applicability; (b) The list shall be typed, [REDACTED]; (c) Legible copies of [REDACTED]. [REDACTED]. [REDACTED], signature of a certified mechanic and/or inspector, and/or the mechanics/inspector’s certificate number or repair station number of the mechanic accomplishing the work. [REDACTED] and the operator’s internal maintenance form used to document [REDACTED]; and (d) [REDACTED]. Engineering Documentation (a) A current list of Engine and APU Service Bulletins, Engineering Orders, major repairs and Supplemental Type Certificates accomplished on each Engine and the APU. A current list of Airframe Engineering Orders, major repairs and Supplemental Type Certificates accomplished on the Airframe. For appliances, a current list of AD related Service

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Bulletins, major repairs, Supplemental Type Certificates and Engineering Orders are required; (b) Legible copies of [REDACTED], to include the following: (i) SB number and revision number; (ii) SB title; (iii) Aircraft serial number, Engine serial number, APU serial number, appliance serial number as applicable; (iv) Engineering documentation reference; (v) Manufacturer’s Service Bulletin reference and cross-references where appropriate; (vi) Specify terminated or repetitive status; (vii) Date of accomplishment of each portion of such engineering document; (viii) Date of last maintenance accomplishment, if repetitive; (ix) Statement of the means by which compliance was accomplished (e.g., modified, repaired, inspected); (c) [REDACTED]; (d) [REDACTED]; (e) [REDACTED]; (f) [REDACTED]; and (g) [REDACTED] Aircraft Maintenance Status Summaries (a) Certified current Time in Service (Flight Hours & Cycles); (b) Certified maintenance status of the Aircraft, including Aircraft serial number, hours, cycles and days since Heavy Maintenance Checks and applicable time remaining to Heavy Maintenance Checks; (c) Certified status of structural tasks, including SSI (including last accomplished and next due); (d) Certified status of CPCP (including last accomplished and next due), where the CPCP is not part of the Manufacturer’s SSI program; (e) Certified current status for all Life Limited Parts and hard time components for the Airframe, Landing Gears, Engines and APU, including back-to-birth history for all Landing Gear and Engine Life Limited Parts and, to the extent any Engine Life Limited Parts (“Engine LLPs”) have been used in higher rated engines, a summary of the Flight Hours and Cycles consumed on each such Engine LLP by use on such higher rated engines(s);

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(f) Certified listing of Aircraft, Landing Gear, Engine and APU hard time components & LLPs status by P/N – S/N – Description Position – TSO – TSN, CSO – CSN, Total time, Total Cycles, next Due Time; (g) Certified status of all non-SB and Major Modifications/STC’s including acceptable State of Manufacture Certification and/or equivalent FAA or EASA approval; (h) List of out of Phase Checks, Service Bulletins requiring continuous surveillance and Special Requirements (if any); and (i) Declaration of Aircraft Accident/Incident Report, if applicable. Aircraft Maintenance Records (a) Aircraft & Pilot maintenance log from the past [REDACTED]; (b) Cabin maintenance log (if maintained separately from the Aircraft maintenance log) from the past [REDACTED]; (c) C Checks- Complete work card packages, tally sheets, material data sheets and maintenance releases for all C Checks (or equivalent) (which shall be in electronic format, except for documents in respect of the final C Check which may be hard copy records); (d) Complete work card packages, tally sheets, material data sheets and maintenance releases for all Structural Checks; (e) Documentation and records concerning the last Aircraft major structural inspection including CPCP Tasks and Structural Sampling Inspection; (f) Last Weight & Balance Report including Schedule; (g) Compass Swing Report (if applicable); (h) Last Test Flight Report (if applicable); (i) [REDACTED]; (j) [REDACTED]; (k) Weighing reports; and Configuration Status (a) FAA or EASA approved and certified LOPA; (b) [REDACTED]; (c) Emergency, Safety and Loose Equipment Layout/Listing showing description, quantity, manufacturer, part number and location; (d) Inventory Listing of Avionics installed units; (e) List of applicable STC’s; (f) Aircraft Inspection Record;

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(g) Buyer Furnished Equipment List (if applicable and including, but not limited to seats, galley, lavatories, entertainment, cargo handling, emergency equipment); and (h) Electrical Load Analysis documents and data but only if supplied by the Manufacturer on or prior to the Original Delivery Date. Engine Records (a) Engine Data Submittal; (b) Current Disk Sheet (LLP Sheet) [REDACTED]; (c) Complete historical engine/ module shop visit reports and Engine Module Performance Restoration reports, for all Engine Module Performance Restorations; (d) [REDACTED]; (e) On Wing Repair records; (f) Master Records of Installation/Removals; (g) Last Borescope Report, including video if available; (h) Test Cell Run Report (if applicable); (i) Certified Statement that Engines are not involved in an accident/incident for the full history of operation; (j) a no PMA/DER statement for the full history of operation for each Engine (and installed LLP); (k) Certified “On-Watch” statement; (l) List of “On-Watch Items” items requiring repetitive inspections; (m) [REDACTED]; (n) Engine Trend Monitoring data for the last twelve (12) months of operation (if applicable); (o) Last engine run and power assurance report; (p) [REDACTED]; (q) Each LLP will have [REDACTED]. Notwithstanding, any LLPs replaced during the term of the lease will have the most recent FAA Form 8130-3 tag or EASA Form One, as applicable, used to install such LLP into the applicable Engine or module; (r) [REDACTED]; and (s) [REDACTED]. APU (a) Certified Statement on Status of APU; (b) [REDACTED]; (c) Approved Release to Service Certification for installed units;

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(d) APU Log Book/ Master Record of Installation/ Removals; (e) APU shop visit reports (including dirty fingerprint documentation) & reason for removal, for all APU shop visits; (f) [REDACTED]; (g) Statement of APU hours to Aircraft Flying hours (if applicable); (h) APU Borescope Report; (i) Last Test Run Report; (j) [REDACTED]; (k) [REDACTED]; (l) [REDACTED]; (m) [REDACTED]; and (n) [REDACTED]. Components (a) FAA Form 8130-3 or EASA Form One for Hard Time Components; (b) FAA Form 8130-3 or EASA Form One for on-condition and condition monitored components; (c) Certified Quick Engine Change (QEC) rotable parts list and FAA Form 8130-3 or EASA Form One for each QEC rotable part; Landing Gear (a) [REDACTED]; (b) [REDACTED]; (c) all shop visit reports (including dirty fingerprint records); (d) LLP status report; (e) all LLPs will have complete Back to Birth Traceability of time consumed (Cycles and/or Flight Hours as applicable) since new; and (f) each LLP will have a signed and certified cover page including total hours, total Cycles, part total Flight Hours and date for each removal and installation depicting the life of the part since new. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any LLPs replaced during the term of the lease will have the most recent FAA Form 8130-3 tag or EASA Form One, as applicable, used to install such LLP into the applicable Landing Gear. Damage and Repairs (a) [REDACTED];

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(b) All repairs will be in accordance with the Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual and Manufacturer’s Structural Repair Manual, or will have Manufacturer’s or FAA or EASA approved data. (c) [REDACTED]; (d) All supporting documentation for repairs, such as engineering orders, drawings, FAA Form 8110-3, supplemental type certificates, material certificates (including batch number references), SRM pages applicable to the repair at that time, all Airframe Manufacturer messages relating to the repair master change notice, FAA type certificate conformity approval from the Manufacturer or approved design organisation etc., as necessary to define work done, certification basis, and approval authority; (e) Copies of applicable Engineering Orders (EOs); (f) Copies of applicable Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs); (g) Copies of applicable Alternative Means of Compliance (AMOC). Software (a) A certified listing of onboard loadable software and databases to include the following: (i) ATA chapter; (ii) nomenclature; (iii) part number; (iv) revision date; (v) expiration date; and (b) Procedures for obtaining downloadable software from the internet, if applicable.

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SCHEDULE 8 REDELIVERY CONDITIONS On the Redelivery Date, Lessee shall redeliver the Aircraft to Lessor at the Redelivery Location in compliance with the conditions specified below (other than post redelivery obligations specified in Clause A below), and when Lessee has complied with such conditions Lessor shall execute and deliver to Lessee the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate confirming delivery of the Aircraft to Lessor. For the avoidance of doubt, there shall be no requirements for the redelivery condition of the Aircraft other than those specified in this Schedule 8. During the period commencing [REDACTED] months and ending no less than [REDACTED] months prior to the Expiry Date, Lessee and Lessor will agree to conduct a pre-redelivery meeting for the purpose of reviewing and agreeing upon the workscope for the Redelivery Check and, if applicable, any Engine, APU, or Landing Gear shop visit. Lessor and Lessee shall each commit sufficient resources to the Redelivery process to achieve Redelivery by the Expiry Date. With respect to any discrepancies between the condition of the Aircraft and Aircraft Documents and the Redelivery Conditions described herein [REDACTED], Lessee and Lessor agree, subject to the provisions outlined in Section Error! Reference source not found. of this Schedule 8, that Lessee will have the option of either correcting such discrepancy at its own expense or providing compensation in lieu of such correction in an amount to be mutually agreed upon by Lessee and Lessor. A. Registration & Certification, Maintenance Program & Airworthiness Directives The Aircraft shall be registered with the AFAC of Mexico in the name of Lessor unless such registration cannot be maintained because of the failure of Lessor to comply with the citizenship or other eligibility requirements for registration of the Aircraft. Following Lessee’s receipt of the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate executed by Lessor (and notarized by a Mexican notary public and/or notarized and apostilled as required by the AFAC), Lessee shall [REDACTED]. Upon redelivery, the Aircraft shall be [REDACTED]. Lessee will provide an Export Certificate of Airworthiness following redelivery of the Aircraft to Lessor hereunder. The Aircraft shall be in compliance with Lessee’s Maintenance Program. Lessee will comply with any ADs that require compliance within [REDACTED] days following the last day of the Term, with the cost of performing such AD requiring compliance after the last day of the Term to be for the account of Lessor and paid to Lessee upon execution of the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate. [REDACTED] B. General Condition The Aircraft shall be (a) in good operating condition, normal wear and tear excepted, (b) clean by international commercial airline standards, (d) in a passenger configuration, (e) with equipment, components and systems fully functional and operating within limits under the Maintenance Program and the Aircraft Maintenance Manual, and (f) equipped with two Engines (which may be Replacement Engines) duly installed thereon. The Aircraft shall be in compliance with Lessee’s corrosion prevention and control program. Lessee will have permanently repaired all damage to the Aircraft that exceeds the Manufacturer’s limits in accordance with the requirements of the Manufacturer’s Structural Repair Manual. External repairs will, where applicable, be flush or otherwise permanently repaired in accordance with the requirements of the Manufacturer.

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All passenger in-flight entertainment equipment, systems, software, screens, and players will be fully operational with full functionality, with fully operational generic software installed, with Lessee’s branding and logos removed. C. Redelivery Check The Airframe shall have completed, within [REDACTED] days prior to the Redelivery Date, the Redelivery Check, and following such Redelivery Check the Aircraft shall not be used in commercial passenger operations. D. Landing Gear Minimum Each of the nose and main Landing Gear shall have no fewer than [REDACTED] months remaining (the “Landing Gear Hard Time Minimum”) until the next scheduled performance restoration visit under the Maintenance Program as measured by Flight Hour, Cycle or calendar day, whichever is applicable and most limiting. Each tire shall have at least [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) tread remaining. The Landing Gear brakes will each have an average of at least [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) life remaining before their removal with no individual brake having less than [REDACTED] percent ([REDACTED]%) service life remaining. E. Engine LLP Minimum No Engine LLP shall have fewer than [REDACTED] Cycles remaining to reaching the then manufacturer’s published Chapter 5 life limit (the “Engine LLP Hard Life Cycle Minimum”). Notwithstanding the foregoing, Lessee may request of Lessor, and Lessor shall consider in good faith, the allowance of an extended hard life Cycle limit that may be achieved via the incorporation of a service bulletin or other action that may only be incorporated on-wing after the Redelivery Date. F. Engine Performance Restoration Hard Time Minimum Each Engine shall have no fewer than [REDACTED] performance restoration visit of such Engine under the Maintenance Program and based on Engine Manufacturer recommendations (any such visit, an “Engine Performance Restoration Visit”), as measured by Lessee’s expected time on wing to such next sequential Engine Performance Restoration Visit (“Expected Time on Wing”) for engines in Lessee’s fleet of the same make and model as the Engines. [REDACTED] No Engine (or module thereof) shall [REDACTED]. Each Thrust Reverser will be serviceable. G. Components Each time controlled component [REDACTED] will have no less than [REDACTED] Months [REDACTED] or the equivalent Flight Hours or Cycles, whichever is applicable, based on Lessee’s average utilization, remaining to next scheduled removal, shop inspection or overhaul. Any such time controlled component having an MPD interval of less than [REDACTED] months or the equivalent Flight Hours or Cycles, whichever is applicable, based on Lessee’s average utilization, shall have a full replacement interval remaining until its next shop inspection, removal or overhaul. H. Auxiliary Power Unit Minimum The APU shall be [REDACTED] (the “APU Hard Life Cycle Minimum”), as evidenced by an APU condition test performed in accordance with the Manufacturer’s AMM. I. [REDACTED]

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If the Aircraft is scheduled to be [REDACTED]. Lessee and Lessor shall agree, acting reasonably, [REDACTED]. Any [REDACTED] which cannot be deferred until the next Structural Check will be corrected or performed by Lessee at its expense prior to the Redelivery Date. If the Aircraft is scheduled to be [REDACTED]. J. Paint and Special Markings The Aircraft paint will be in the condition as removed from airline service, with Lessee’s identification marks removed or painted over with Lessor’s livery. Lessee shall at Redelivery pay Lessor an amount equal to Lessee’s average cost to complete the painting of its livery on aircraft of the same type as the Aircraft, based on the average of [REDACTED] recent invoices or quotations for the same. K. Records No less than [REDACTED] months prior to the targeted Redelivery Check induction date, Lessee will provide for the review of Lessor all Aircraft Documents and, provided that all such Aircraft Documents are made available to Lessor at the commencement of the [REDACTED] month period, Lessor will provide to Lessee its response and findings on such Aircraft Documents at least [REDACTED] days prior to the targeted Redelivery Check date. All Aircraft Documents shall [REDACTED], except to the extent any Aircraft Documents require updating following compliance with these Redelivery Conditions, in which case such Aircraft Documents will be delivered within [REDACTED] days after the Redelivery Date. L. Borescope Inspections; Power Assurance Runs A hot and cold section video borescope inspection of the APU, each Engine and its modules in accordance with the Manufacturer’s AMM and a power assurance run for each Engine in accordance with the AMM shall be performed at or before the Redelivery Date by Lessee or its representative [REDACTED]. Lessee will record the Engine power assurance test conditions and results on the Redelivery Acceptance Certificate. Lessee will correct any discrepancies in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Manufacturer which may be discovered during such inspection. In addition, Lessee will provide Lessor the latest trend data for each Engine, based on the last [REDACTED] months of operation, or since its last Engine Performance Restoration Visit if such event occurred within the [REDACTED]. [REDACTED] If the parties [REDACTED] Lessor and Lessee will [REDACTED]. M. Demonstration Flight At Lessor’s request, Lessee will perform, at its expense, and in accordance with a mutually agreed acceptance flight procedure, a demonstration flight lasting no more than two hours for the purpose of demonstrating the satisfactory operation of the Aircraft with no more than [REDACTED] of Lessor, or of the next operator, on board during such flight, subject to consent of the Aviation Authority. If the demonstration flight reveals any discrepancies from the Redelivery Conditions, Lessee will correct them or pay compensation to Lessor in accordance with the third paragraph of this Schedule 8. N. Liens The Aircraft shall be free and clear of Security Interests (other than any Lessor’s Liens). O. Fuel Lessee shall have no obligation to provide any fuel or oil with respect to the Aircraft at redelivery, provided that any fuel or oil remaining on board the Aircraft on the Redelivery Date shall be the property of Lessor without charge. P. Inspection

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The Aircraft inspection shall occur during the Redelivery Check. During the Redelivery Check, Lessor and/or its representatives will have an opportunity to observe functional and operational system checks, in accordance with Lessee’s procedures, as they are performed, and to perform a visual inspection of the Aircraft only in those areas that are visible during the Redelivery Check and concurrently as the inspection tasks are being performed by Lessee. Q. Software Controlled Systems All Manufacturer’s on-board (e-Enabling) software and software related systems that are required for the operation of the Aircraft will be fully operational with full flight ready functionality and shall be equipped with the latest generic software and relevant upgrades in order to enable such systems to be operated by Lessor or its designee (at no cost to Lessor or its designee) in accordance with the Manufacturer’s specifications. Any software licenses required for the operation of the Aircraft by the next operator shall be the sole responsibility of Lessor or its designee to obtain and/or procure from Manufacturer. In the event of a transfer of the Aircraft to another operator, Lessor shall obtain from the new operator the Public Key Infrastructure (“PKI”) certificates to enable Lessee to create a hybrid On-Board Authentication System (“OAS”) Airplane Modifiable Information (“AMI”). Lessee shall, at its expense, install the AMI on the Aircraft immediately prior to return and all other Lessee specific software shall be replaced by Lessee, with the Manufacturer’s baseline software. If Lessor has not secured a follow-on operator for the Aircraft, Lessor shall obtain from the Manufacturer and provide PKI certificates to Lessee to permit Lessee to create a hybrid OAS AMI for the Aircraft. Lessee shall, at its expense, install this AMI on the Aircraft immediately prior to the Redelivery Date and all other Lessee specific software shall be replaced by Lessee with Manufacturer’s baseline software. In any event, Lessor shall provide the relevant PKI certificates to Lessee no later than thirty (30) days prior to induction of the Aircraft into the Redelivery Check.

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SCHEDULE 9 FORM OF LEASE COMMENCEMENT DATE CONFIRMATION LEASE COMMENCEMENT DATE CONFIRMATION Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC (“Lessor”) and Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. (“Lessee”) hereby agree as follows: This Lease Commencement Date Confirmation (the “Confirmation”) is entered into for purposes of the Amended and Restated Aircraft Operating Lease Agreement dated [●], 2021 (the “Lease”) relating to the Boeing 787-9 aircraft bearing manufacturer’s serial number 43859, registration mark XA-ADL equipped with two GENX-1B74/75 engines bearing ESNs 956790 and 956792 (the “Aircraft”). Terms used in this Confirmation shall have the meanings given them in the Lease. Aircraft Documents; Aircraft Manuals; Hard Time Components; Avionics; Loose Equipment Inventory
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[REDACTED] see Annex [1]
[REDACTED] see Annex [2]
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[REDACTED] see Annex [7]
[REDACTED] see Annex [8]
[REDACTED] see Annex [9]
[REDACTED] see Annex [10]
[REDACTED] see Annex [11]
[REDACTED] see Annex [12]
[REDACTED] see Annex [13]
[REDACTED] [None][see Annex [14]]
Each of Lessee and Lessor confirms that the conditions precedent on its part contained in the Lease have been satisfied or waived and that the leasing of the Aircraft contemplated in the Lease has commenced and the Commencement Date is this _____ day of _______________, 2021.

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Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC as Lessor By:____________________________________ Name: Title: Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. as Lessee By:____________________________________ Name: Title:

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SCHEDULE 15 FORM OF REDELIVERY ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE This Redelivery Acceptance Certificate (this “Certificate”) is delivered at the time and on the date set forth below by Jupiter Aviation Partners LLC, (the “Lessor”) to Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. (the “Lessee”) pursuant to the Amended and Restated Aircraft Operating Lease Agreement dated [●], 2021 (as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time, the “Lease”) in respect of one (1) Boeing 787-9 aircraft bearing manufacturer’s serial number 43859 together with two (2) GENX-1B74/75 engines bearing manufacturer’s serial numbers 956790 and 956792 (the “Aircraft”). The capitalized terms used in this Redelivery Acceptance Certificate shall have the respective meanings given to such terms in the Lease. Lessor hereby confirms that as at __________ hours on _______________ at _______________: (a) the Aircraft satisfies the redelivery requirements of Schedule 8 of the Lease in all respects; (b) redelivery of the Aircraft (including the Engines) has been accepted by Lessor; and (c) the Term of the Lease has terminated. This Redelivery Acceptance Certificate may be executed and delivered by the parties hereto in separate counterparts. This Redelivery Acceptance Certificate is executed and delivered by the parties at _______________. [Signature Page Follows]

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Redelivery Acceptance Certificate to be executed in their respective corporate names by their duly authorized representatives as of the day and year first above written. JUPITER AVIATION PARTNERS LLC, as Lessor5 By: Name: Title: AEROVÍAS DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C.V. By: Name: Title: 5 Signature to be notarized by a Mexican notary public and/or notarized and apostilled.

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ANNEX I PAYMENT AND ADJUSTMENT AMOUNTS DUE AT REDELIVERY6 Upon redelivery, the following is due from Lessee to Lessor: 1. Redelivery Maintenance Payment under Part B of the Financial Terms $__________ Annex 2. [REDACTED] $__________ Total Payments $__________ Payments to Lessor should be made to the following Account Details: Beneficiary Name: Beneficiary Bank: Swift Code: Sort Code: Account No: IBAN: 6 Annex to be revised to reflect applicable payments.

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SCHEDULE 16 FORM OF MAINTENANCE STATUS REPORT AIRCRAFT SUMMARY REPORT Report Period from __________ to ____________
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Aircraft Specification None
Manufacturer
Type
Model
Serial number
Date of Manufacture
Current Registration
Current Operator
Aircraft Operating Limitation
SCHEDULE 16 FORM OF MAINTENANCE STATUS REPORT AIRCRAFT SUMMARY REPORT Report Period from __________ to ____________ Airframe Status Total Airframe Hours Total Airframe Cycles
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Main Engines (Currently Installed) None None
Manufacturer None
Position
Part number
Serial number
Time Since New
Cycles Since New
Time Since OH
Cycles Since OH
Last OH Date
SCHEDULE 16 FORM OF MAINTENANCE STATUS REPORT AIRCRAFT SUMMARY REPORT Report Period from __________ to ____________ Airframe Status Total Airframe Hours Total Airframe Cycles
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Main Engines
Manufacturer
Aircraft or Location
Position
Part number

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Serial number
Time Since New
Cycles Since New
Time Since OH
Cycles Since OH
Last OH Date
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Auxiliary Power Unit None
Manufacturer
Position
Part number
Serial number
Flight Time Since New
Flight Cycles Since New
Time Since OH
Cycles Since OH
Last OH Date
APU Hours Since New
APU Cycles Since New
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Landing Gears None None None
Manufacturer None None
Position
Part number
Serial number
Time Since New
Cycles Since New
Time Since OH
Cycles Since OH
Last OH Date

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SCHEDULE 17 FORM OF TECHNICAL REPORT As of date: GENERAL
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Aircraft Type
Model Number
Serial Number
Registration
Date of Manufacture
Operator
Previous Operator(s)
Total Flight Hours Since New
Total Flight Cycles Since New
SCHEDULE 17 FORM OF TECHNICAL REPORT As of date: GENERAL AIRFRAME – Maintenance Status [For Airbus Aircraft]
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Check Interval Date of
Last Check
Time at
Last Check
Cycles at
Last Check
Location Next Due
“C” Check
“6Yr” Check
“12Yr” Check
SCHEDULE 17 FORM OF TECHNICAL REPORT As of date: GENERAL AIRFRAME – Maintenance Status [For Airbus Aircraft] [For Boeing 737 Classic Aircraft]
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Check Interval Date of
Last Check
Time at
Last Check
Cycles at
Last Check
Location Next Due
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‘D’ Check [For Boeing 737NG Aircraft]
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Check Interval Date of
Last Check
Time at
Last Check
Cycles at
Last Check
Location Next Due
‘C’ Check
‘8Yr’ Check
‘10Yr’ Check
‘12Yr’ Check
‘D’ Check [For Boeing 737NG Aircraft] [For Boeing “Other” Aircraft]
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Check Interval Date of
Last Check
Time at
Last Check
Cycles at
Last Check
Location Next Due
‘C’ Check
HMV Check
‘D’ Check [For Boeing 737NG Aircraft] [For Boeing “Other” Aircraft] POWERPLANT (Contract Engines)
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Type None
Thrust Rating (Lbs) None
Position 1 2
Serial Number
Total Hours Since New
Total Cycles Since New
Hours since last Engine Shop Visit
Cycles since last Engine Shop Visit
Facility Name - last Engine Shop Visit
Date - last Engine Shop Visit
LLP Cycles Remaining to First Limiter (Current)
Current Take-Off EGT Margin (ECM Trend Report)

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Modifications & Other Comments: Location: AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
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Type
Serial Number
Total Cycles since new
Date of last APU Overhaul
Facility Name – last APU Overhaul
LLP Cycles Remaining to First Limiter (Current)

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LANDING GEAR
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Position LEFT NOSE RIGHT
Part Number
Serial Number
Overhaul Interval
Total Time Since New
Total Cycles Since New
Time Since Last Overhaul
Cycles Since Last Overhaul
Date of Last Overhaul
Facility Name- Last Overhaul
Date of Next Overhaul Due Date
Wheel Hub P/N
Brake Unit P/N
LANDING GEAR AIRCRAFT WEIGHTS (current operator)
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None LBS KILOGRAMS
Maximum Taxi Weight
Maximum Take-Off weight
Maximum Landing Weight
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
Operating Empty Weight
Airbus Approved Weight Variant None
Date of Last Weighing Report None
MAXIMUM STRUCTURAL DESIGN LBS KILOGRAMS Maximum Taxi Weight

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Maximum Take-Off weight
Maximum Landing Weight
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
Operating Empty Weight None
Approved Airbus Weight Variant(s) None
PASSENGER CABIN
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Number of Seats J Class: Y Class:
Manufacturer
Model / Part Number
Seat Covers P/N
Seat Foams P/N
Seat Audio - SEB
Seat Audio - PCU
IFE System (drop down
LCD or overhead monitors)
Floor Path Lighting System
(type & P/N)
None
Lavatory Configuration None
PASSENGER CABIN GALLEYS
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Galley Configuration
Galley Standard (Atlas / KSSU)
Manufacturer
Model / Part Number
Oven - Quantity & P/N
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Hot Cup – Quantity & P/N Coffee Maker-Quantity & P/N CERTIFICATION STANDARD
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None Details
EASA / FAA
Original Country of Export
Certificate of Airworthiness Expiry Date
Airworthiness Review Cert (“ARC”) Expiry
Date
Airplane Flight Manual Approval -- EASA /
FAA
BRNAV / PRNAV (level)
Landing Category Approval
ETOPS Approval Standard
RVSM Approval Yes/ No
AFM Approved Tailwind Component
AFM Single Engine Operation Approval
Hot Cup – Quantity & P/N Coffee Maker-Quantity & P/N CERTIFICATION STANDARD MODIFICATIONS
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None Details
FMC / FMGC Database Spec & Memory
Capacity
TCAS Change 7
8.33 KHZ Spacing
FM Immunity
GPS/ SATCOM
ACARS & Printer
HF System – Single/ Dual or Partial Provisions
Cargo Fire suppression System

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Cargo Handling System
Fixed Automatic ELT with 406 kHz Capability
Auxiliary Fuel Tanks
In Flight Entertainment (IFE)
Enhanced Cockpit Door
Cockpit Door Surveillance System
Winglets / Scimitar winglets / sharklets
Air stairs and partial provisions
AVIONICS/EQUIPMENT FITTED LIST [Airbus Aircraft]
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ATA Component Manufacturer Part Number
21 Ozone Catalytic
Converters
Cabin Pressure
Controller
22 Flight Augmentation
Comp (“FAC”)
Flight Control Unit
(“FCU”)
Multi-Purpose Control
and Display Unit
(“MCDU”)
23 VHF Transceiver
HF Transceiver
Radio Management
Panel (“RMP”)
Audio Control Panel
(“ACP”)

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Cockpit Voice Recorder
(“CVR”)
Emergency Locator –
Fixed (“ELT”)
Emergency Locator-
Portable (“ELT”)
SELCAL Decoder
Cabin Intercom Data
Sys Module (“CDIS”)
Pre Recorded
Announcement and
Music Reproducer
(“PRAM”)
Aircraft
Communications
Address & Reporting
System (“ACARS”)
ACARS Printer
SATCOM
24 Integrated Drive
Generator (“IDG”)
25 Passenger Seat
Passenger Seat Control
Unit – Audio (‘PCU’)
Passenger Seat
Electronic Box- Audio
(‘SEB’)
IFE – Drop Down
Monitor
IFE- Overhead Monitor
Video Control Unit
Airshow
Passenger Life Vest

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Crew Life Vest
Portable Breathing
Equipment – Crew
(‘PBE’)
Passenger Door Escape
Slide/ Raft
Service Door Escape
Slide /Raft
Escape Path Lighting
System
Cockpit Door
Surveillance System
(‘CDSS’)
26 Cargo Hold Fire
Suppression and
Extinguishing System
Cargo Hold Floor Liner
Material
27 Elevator & Aileron
Computer (‘ELAC’)
Spoiler & Elevator
Computer (‘SEC’)
Hort. Stabiliser Trim
Actuator
31 Multi-Function Printer
Digital Flight Data
Recording System
(‘DFDRS’)
Central Fault Display
Interface Unit (‘CFDS’)
Aircraft Integrated Data
System (‘AIDS’)

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34 Air Data Inertial
Reference Unit
(‘ADIRU’)
Multi-Mode Receiver
(‘MMR’)
ILS Receiver
Microwave Landing
System (‘MLS’)
Weather Radar
Transciever
Radio Altimeter
Transciever
Traffic Collision and
Avoidance System
Computer (‘TCAS’)
Enhanced Ground
Proximity System
(‘EGPWS’)
DME Interrogator
ATC Transponder
ADF Computer
Flight Management
Guidance Comp.
(“FMGC”)
FMGC Database and
Memory Capacity
VOR Marker Receiver
GPS Computer
35 Crew Oxygen Bottle
and Capacity - Fixed
Crew Oxygen Mask

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ATA Component Manufacturer Part Number
22 Flight Control
Computer (“FCC”)
Stall Management Yaw
Damper Computer
23 VHF Transciever
HF Transciever
Radio Tuning Panel
(‘RTP’)
Cockpit Voice Recorder
(“CVR”)
PA Amplifier
SELCAL Decoder
Music Reproducer
Aircraft
Communications
Address & Reporting
System (‘ACARS’)
Pre-recorded
Announcement &
Boarding Music
(‘PRAM’) Unit
SATCOM
24 Integrated Drive
Generator (“IDG”)
25 Passenger Seat
Passenger Seat Control
Unit – Audio (‘PCU’)

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Passenger Seat
Electronic Box- Audio
(‘SEB’)
IFE – Drop Down
Monitor
IFE- Overhead Monitor
Video Distribution Unit
Passenger Life Vest
Crew Life Vest
Portable Breathing
Equipment – Crew
(‘PBE’)
Passenger Door Escape
Slide/ Raft
Service Door Escape
Slide /Raft
25 Escape Path Lighting
System
Cockpit Door
Surveillance System
(‘CDSS’)
Emergency Locator –
Fixed (“ELT”)
Emergency Locator-
Portable (“ELT”)
26 Cargo Hold Fire
Suppression and
Extinguishing System
Cargo Hold Floor Liner
Material
31 Digital Flight Data
Recording System
(‘DFDRS’)

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Airborne Data Loader &
Recorder
Flight Data Acquisition
Unit (‘DFDAU’)
Aircraft Condition
Monitoring System
(‘ACMS’)
Multi-Port Printer
34 Flight Management
Computer (‘FMC’)
FMC Database and
Memory Capacity
Multi-Mode Receiver
(‘MMR’)
Inertial Reference Unit
(‘IRU’)
ILS Receiver
Air Data Computer
Weather Radar
Transciever
Radio Altimeter
Transciever
Traffic Collision and
Avoidance System
Computer (‘TCAS’)
Enhanced Ground
Proximity System
(‘EGPWS’)
DME Interrogator
ATC Transponder
ADF Computer
VOR Marker Receiver
GPS Computer

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35 Crew Oxygen Bottle
and Capacity - Fixed
Crew Oxygen Mask

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Exhibit B Summary of Terms of Amended Aircraft Lease

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Material Terms:
Form of Amended and Restated Aircraft Lease Agreement
None
Leased
Aircraft
One Boeing 787-9 aircraft
MSNs MSN 43859
Term The Base Lease Term shall commence on the Lease
Commencement Date and end on [REDACTED].
Power-by-the-
Hour Period
PBH Rent shall be paid from the Lease Commencement Date
until [REDACTED].
Power-by-the-
Hour Pricing
During the PBH Period, the PBH Rent for a calendar month will
be calculated in accordance with the following formula:

W = [REDACTED]
where:
W: PBH Rent
[REDACTED]
Monthly Rent
per Aircraft
For each Fixed Rent Period during the Base Lease Term, the
amount of US$[REDACTED] shall be payable on each Fixed
Rent Date during the Base Lease Term.

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