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Will GE Aviation and lose a large arrow from its quiver?

Reports this weekend indicate that GE may merge its aircraft leasing unit with AerCap, as GE continues its corporate restructuring. That would create an extremely large and powerful aircraft lessor, but GE’s aircraft engine operations might lose the benefit of GECAS...

Insight: Wednesday 14 October 2020: The Leased Aircraft Bubble is Bursting

News With the global pandemic, a lack of passenger demand, and airlines grounding aircraft, the fleet of leased aircraft and aircraft lessors will be under pressure. It is estimated that more than 1,000 aircraft will have their lease end in the coming year with no...

Air Lease Corporation unsure about exact impact Covid

Air Lease Corporation (ALC) is currently unable to ‘reasonably estimate’ the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on its business, operational results, and financial position for the foreseeable future, the US-lessor reported in its Q1-results on May 7. The company is having...

Avolon fires warning shot as it cancels 75 MAX

Lessor Avolon fired a warning shot on April 3 on what airframers can expect in the coming weeks and months as it announced a number of cancelations and aircraft delivery deferrals. Hit the hardest is Boeing, which has lost 75 MAX from the books. Facing the current and...

Outlook for Aerospace in 2012

It is the time of year for prognostication. In that tradition, AirInsight will boldly go where all pundits have gone...

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