Beyond Air, Inc. Secures up to $40M Debt Financing

Beyond Air, Inc. Secures up to $40M Debt Financing

Beyond Air, Inc. (NASDAQ: XAIR ) (“Beyond Air” or the “Company”), a commercial stage medical device and biopharmaceutical company focused on developing inhaled nitric oxide (NO) for the treatment of patients with respiratory conditions, including serious lung infections and pulmonary hypertension, and, through its affiliate Beyond Cancer, Ltd., ultra-high concentration nitric oxide (UNO) for the treatment of solid tumors, today announced securing a senior secured debt financing of up to $40 million from funds managed by Avenue Capital Group. The term loan provides Beyond Air with funding to support the ongoing commercial launch of LungFit PH and advance clinical development of the LungFit platform.

Avenue Capital Group has agreed to provide the Company with up to $40 million of senior secured term loans funded across three tranches with $17.5 million fully funded at close. The facility has a four-year term from the funding of the first tranche. In addition to certain fees, the Company shall grant the lender warrants to purchase 233,843 shares of common stock. Upon Beyond Air meeting certain milestones, the remaining tranches of $10 million and $12.5 million will be made available, subject to the Company’s discretion, until September 2024 and after April 2024, respectively.

“This transaction immediately strengthens our balance sheet and allows us to continue ramping up our commercial efforts for LungFit PH. We are extremely pleased to have a strong partner in Avenue Capital, which has a strong track record in healthcare and a history with nitric oxide," commented Steve Lisi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Beyond Air. “Additionally, this funding allows for the continued development of our clinical pipeline.”

Chad Norman, Senior Portfolio Manager at Avenue Capital Group, added, “We are impressed with Beyond Air’s technology and its potential to improve the lives of patients who are in need of inhaled nitric oxide. We believe the Company’s convenient, tankless solution is positioned to be a game changer for those living with chronic conditions."

Key features of the term loan

  • $40 million – secured by a first priority lien on Company assets
  • Term length: Four years (interest only for up to 36 months)
  • Coupon: Greater of 12.00% or WSJ Prime plus 3.75%
  • $17.5 million funded at closing (Tranche ‘1’)
  • $22.5 million available in 2 tranches, based on meeting certain milestones
  • The borrower shall grant Lender 233,843 warrants to purchase shares of Borrower's common stock at a strike price of $5.88

Piper Sandler served as exclusive financial advisor and sole lead arranger to the Company on the transaction.

About Beyond Air®, Inc.Beyond Air is a medical device and biopharmaceutical company dedicated to harnessing the power of nitric oxide through its revolutionary NO Generator and Delivery System, LungFit, that uses NO generated from ambient air to deliver precise amounts of NO to the lungs for the potential treatment of a variety of pulmonary diseases. The LungFit can generate up to 400 ppm of NO, for delivery either continuously or for a fixed amount of time and has the ability to either titrate dose on demand or maintain a constant dose. The Company has received FDA approval for its first system, LungFit PH for persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn. Beyond Air is currently advancing its other revolutionary LungFit systems in clinical trials for the treatment of severe lung infections such as viral community-acquired pneumonia (including COVID-19), nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) and severe lung infections in other settings. Additionally, Beyond Cancer, an affiliate of Beyond Air, is investigating ultra-high concentrations of NO with a proprietary delivery system to target certain solid tumors in the pre-clinical setting. For more information, visit

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