Lease rates for used Airbus A319 aircraft have bottomed out and will start to rise slowly over the next 12 months, predicts the CEO of BBAM, which manages and services Fly Leasing’s fleet. Steven Zissis also says he already is seeing a slight increase in lease rates for used A320 aircraft with improved demand and “a more normal level” of supply. Dublin-based Fly Leasing has 20 A319s and 27 A320s in its 108-aircraft portfolio. The low lease rates on the A319 were underscored by Las ...


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