The acquisition of the aircraft portfolio of SKY Fund I and the effects of the war in Ukraine dominated 2022 for aircraft lessor Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE). While it grew its portfolio, a write-off on nineteen aircraft in Russia pushed DAE into an adjusted loss...
According to a story in Kommersant, Russia’s Azimuth has taken delivery of a new SSJ with “second category” engines. The problem is likely to grow, according to the story, with the airline expecting to take more aircraft, also with “second...
The Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has started checking the airworthiness of Russian commercial airliners transferred to the Russian aviation registry in the first half of 2022. This follows the instructions of the head of the agency, Alexander...
Russian politician, Oleg Tsarev proposed that Russian civil aircraft should be equipped with anti-missile systems. He suggested that this could allow the opening of airports in the south of Russia before the end of the “special operation”. To date, the...
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...
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