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  • Waiting for E-note return

    The Covid pandemic has made DAE more efficient and more timely in meeting customer needs, its CEO, tells AFJ.

  • Global recession unlikely: IATA

    Chief economist sees high employment and low real interest rates.

  • Strong liquidity for new deals

    Li Gang, chief executive officer of Aerdragon Aviation Leasing, says that the lessor is in a healthy liquidity position and a strong shareholder base also gives it a lot of advantages

  • Abelo sees turboprops as core business

    The newly formed lessor tells Airfinance Journal about its plans to continue investing in the turboprop market as it defines its model as a unique lessor in this sector.

  • Virgin Atlantic funds business plan through 2025

    Virgin Atlantic CFO Oliver Byers reveals the UK carrier has financed deliveries of its first A330-900s and is back on track to return to profit in 2023.

  • Where E-Jet values need to be for freighter conversions

    Embraer announced a second passenger to freight (P2F) conversion customer at the end of June, a month after unveiling Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) as the launch lessor of Embraer’s E-Jet P2F programme in May.

  • Why hyper-outs and escalation matter: Sirius Aviation Capital

    Fresh research on aircraft pricing has been shared exclusively with Airfinance Journal.

  • CK books $180.5m gain on asset sale

    The deal was first revealed by Airfinance Journal in November 2021

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