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  • Exclusive: CFO to depart CDB Aviation as CEO search continues

    Will Gramolt will leave the lessor in 2020. CDB Aviation expects other members of the finance department to follow his lead.

  • Analysis: Why GE is selling PK AirFinance

    GE continues to make progress with shrinking its financing business.

  • Confidence in Hong Kong is slipping

    Many in the industry believe that Hong Kong is still the market of choice for large equity offerings but businesses may look to move their regional headquarters and banking activities to Singapore or Tokyo.

  • DAE discusses Latin American market

    Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) chief executive officer Firoz Tarapore is upbeat about the prospects for expansion within the Latin American market.

  • Analysis: What does the future hold for Air France’s A380s?

    The decision by Air France-KLM to accelerate the phase out the 10 Airbus A380s operated by Air France raises questions about the aircraft’s fate once they leave the fleet from 2022.

  • Analysis: Liquidation and consolidation are unavoidable

    Creditors of Jet Airways are seeking fresh expressions of interest in the grounded carrier, but as the possibility of a quick sale slips away, it seems more unlikely than ever that Jet will fly again. Experts are saying flag carrier Air India could be next. The leasing community is bracing for impact, reports Dominic Lalk.

  • Analysis: Lessors revise Capex on Max non-deliveries

    Airfinance Journal talks to the leasing community about the impact of Max non-deliveries.

  • Interview: Pachinko money slots into aircraft leasing

    In recent years Pachinko slot machine money has fed into into various parts of the aviation industry.

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