Major lessors eye large orders for ATR 72-600s and Embraer 190s
The giants of the aircraft leasing business have traditionally shunned aircraft with fewer than 100 seats, but the market will shift in the coming months as the giants change direction. BOC Aviation, CIT Aerospace, GE Capital Aviation Services (Gecas) and International Lease Finance Corp. (ILFC) are looking to break with convention and place orders for smaller aircraft. The argument goes that these aircraft are too much trouble for too little return. It takes as much time and ...
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