PITTSBURGH – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Howmet Aerospace Inc. (NYSE: HWM) announced today that it will cancel the total outstanding principal amount of $ 476,230,000 of its 5.87% bonds due in 2022 (the “2022 Notes”) on April 1. May 2021 (the “Redemption Date”). . The company expects a total redemption price of approximately $ 500 million, which the company intends to pay in cash. Since the redemption date is not a business day, the redemption price will be paid on May 3, 2021. After the redemption of the 2022 bonds, the next maturity of the bonds will be in October 2024.
About Howmet Aerospace
Howmet Aerospace Inc., headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a leading global provider of advanced technical solutions for the aerospace and transportation industries. The company’s primary business focuses on engine components, aerospace fastening systems, and titanium components required for mission-critical performance and efficiency in aerospace and defense applications, and forged wheels for commercial transportation. With nearly 1,150 patents issued and pending, the company’s differentiated technologies enable lighter, more fuel-efficient aircraft to operate with a lower carbon footprint. More information is available at www.howmet.com. More information is available at www.howmet.com. Follow: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube
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