Our regular conversation with the team at Sarin & Co. about aviation matters in India – the agenda for this call was upbeat and we were pleased not to be talking about Covid. Our agenda was as follows: The war in Ukraine; high fuel prices; and the overall...
While demand for air travel will remain solid, lower than expected economic growth in the next decade will affect new aircraft deliveries until 2041. In its latest Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) that was released today, Boeing forecasts 41.170 deliveries of new...
Lessor SMBC Aviation Capital has taken an $1.6 billion impairment on 34 of its aircraft that are still in Russia, it reported on July 8. This makes SMBC’s loss on Russia one of the largest of all lessors. SMBC takes $1.6 billion impairment on Russian fleet. SMBC...
Russia plans to manufacture unauthorized and unapproved spare parts for Airbus and Boeing aircraft, as their supply lines have been cut by economic sanctions. This could further deteriorate the value of leased western aircraft operating in Russia, as the use of...
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...
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