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  • US-serviced ABS most exposed to Russia, Ukraine

    Many lessors have made a push to grow in the CIS, hoping to conquer market share in a region that saw domestic passenger numbers remain relatively stable during the pandemic. Are deals at risk from sanctions?

  • Exclusive: Chinese lessor offers portfolio for sale

    The portfolio comprises current aircraft with leases attached and yet-to-be-delivered units from the lessor’s new-technology aircraft orderbook.

  • Assessing the A350 and 777X freighter versions

    Airfinance Journal talks to experts on the new factory-built generation of new freighters.

  • Air Lease embarks on massive growth period

    US lessor plans $750 million-worth of aircraft sales this year, assuming OEM deliveries continue to improve.

  • 2021 DOTY awards submissions to close on 18 February

    A reminder that the submissions deadline for our prestigious Deals of the Year Awards is 18 February, 2022.

  • Lessors 'integral' to success of green propulsion - Heart CEO

    Heart continues to engage with the market to fine-tune 19-seat electric aircraft programme.

  • Industry leader - Aercap CEO Aengus Kelly

    Not many chief executive officers can claim two mega-acquisitions in the aircraft leasing industry, especially in less than eight years. Aercap’s Aengus Kelly has. Airfinance Journal sits down with him in Dublin to reflect on the two acquisitions and the integration process.

  • AFJ market competitors - Small widebodies struggle

    The widebody market has been badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and is expected to be slower to recover than other sectors of commercial aviation. Geoff Hearn looks at how this might affect the smaller twin-aisle aircraft on offer from Boeing and Airbus.

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