Political issues and the higher costs of export credit are pushing airlines towards making greater use of capital markets as they look to buy aircraft. Last year, just 11% of the $95 billion spent on aircraft financing came from the capital markets, according to figures from Boeing. That’s now up to 14% of $104 billion in 2013, and is set to rise to around 22% of a $112 billion financing requirement in 2014, reports Kostya Zolotusky, managing director of capital markets development and ...

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