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Embraer pitches E2 in Saudi Arabia

Embraer and AHQ agreed to review the potential of the E2 family to be the aircraft of choice for a new airline project in the region

Lawyer Dailey joins DAE

Earlier this month the lessor also hired Colin Merry as head of Europe sales, a newly created position

IAG attains another investment grade

Moody’s upgrade follows IG ratings from S&P

Ryanair earns $2bn on 15% pre-tax margin

Low-cost giant uses cash to pay down debt

Aercap Engines names VP leasing

Has been with the lessor for five years

Exclusive: Garuda seeks narrowbody commonality with new l...

Currently operates 66 mainline aircraft.

BOC Aviation agrees new RCF

Deal with Middle East lender.

Stratos buys engines

To power 737-800s.

ASL Australia launches with former Spicejet freighter

First 737BCF certified in Australia.

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Very solid growth but interest cost soaring

The days of cheap China money may be over, but CALC's CFO tells AFJ in an exclusive interview that it is going full steam ahead, expanding into new markets, and hoping to secure an investment-grade rating.

Values and LR trends: A350-900 benefiting from recovery

Geoff Hearn reviews the A350-900 market

Inequality among airlines

What do Airfinance Journal's Airline Financial Ratings say about the industry post-Covid? The distribution curve is a long way from “normal” and is becoming less so. We see that the current number of CCC “rated” airlines still well exceeds pre-Covid levels and the number of CC “rated airlines remain 50% higher than pre-Covid

Airfinance Journal Rising Stars: part 1

In part 1, Airfinance Journal recognises three of the six most promising legal associates for 2023