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AerCap bullish about demand as aircraft delivery delays continue

AerCap is raising its earnings per share for 2022 on the back of a strong third quarter and the year to date as the outlook for the fourth quarter looks strong. The world’s biggest lessor continues to see robust demand for air travel. Combined with the pressure on new...

AerCap gets serious with A321P2F order for EFW

While there are clear indications that the air freight market is cooling down from record levels in 2020-2021, this doesn’t seem to have an impact on the market for full freighters. After Wednesday’s firm order from Cargolux for ten Boeing 777-8Fs, today lessor AerCap...

AerCap concerned about new-engine reliability

The world’s biggest lessor, AerCap, is concerned about the reliability of the latest generation of engines. Powerplants need to be removed from the wing for maintenance, repair, and overhaul much sooner than expected. In the current environment of supply chain...

AerCap takes $2.4 billion net charge on aircraft in Russia and Ukraine

Lessor AerCap has taken a $2.4 billion net charge on aircraft that are still in Russia and Ukraine since February, it said on May 17. The charge is for 113 aircraft and eleven engines that are unlikely to be repossessed. AerCap takes $2.4 billion net charge on...

Buying or leasing? That’s the question

Leasing of aircraft has taken a jump. Yet airlines prefer to buy them outright too. Richard Schuurman looks at the...

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