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Analysis: Operators’ and Investors’ Poll 2014

Boeing’s 737s and the Airbus A320 family leapt in popularity in 2014, and investors are confident about their residual values despite the approaching deliveries of Neos and Maxs. Joe Kavanagh analyses the industry’s best-performing aircraft, and reviews the impact of more capital, low fuel costs and next-generation aircraft. Read More

Analysis: Considerations and challenges before investing into aircraft engines

Lionel Maisonneuve,TES’s manager,strategic knowledge, explains how different engine designs impact on engine values and expected returns for investors exploring green-time leasing and engine tear downs. Read More

Low fuel prices will “erode” European airline discipline

HSBC research notes argues that continued low fuel prices will cause bigger benefits for European airlines in 2016. Read More

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Analysis: Has the Pilarski prophecy come true yet?

The lower oil prices predicted by Adam Pilarski, senior vice-president at Avitas, are starting to happen, but his forecasts are still some way from being realized. Read More

The new engine behind the A330 neo

After months of speculation Airbus announced an A330 neo this July with a sole power plant. Dickon Harris takes a closer look at Rolls Royce’s new Trent 7000. Read More

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AerCap | 08-14 | Com. loan | 4x787-8 03/11/2014
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