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  • Back in buying mode: Avation CEO

    Avation is bidding on narrowbody aircraft again, its chief executive Jeff Chatfield tells AFJ in Hong Kong.

  • 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

  • Airfinance Journal Rising Stars: part 1

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

  • Phenomenal growth rates of Chinese economy and traffic are over: Pilarski

    Avitas SVP aviation consulting Adam Pilarski gives three fundamental reasons why the phenomenal growth rates of the Chinese economy and traffic are definitely over

  • Jolco transactions set for bright 2024 – SMFL

    ‘Generally, market prefers Airbus aircraft’

  • Secured facility will fund 2024 growth: SES 

    Airfinance Journal talks to Shannon Engine Support about its inaugural secured RCF and investments in the first half. Last November the lessor closed the largest engine portfolio financing with eight banks. Chief commercial officer Tadhg Dillon points to acceleration and growth of the business over the past three years as the driver behind the engine portfolio facility

  • How Long Can an Airline Run on Empty?

    The holy grail of risk metrics for many financiers is a credit’s leverage ratio: its total liabilities or total debt divided by tangible net worth. This is a simple and uncontroversial metric. However, it is not applicable in all circumstances. The problem is that airlines are no strangers to negative equity.

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