Increased production of narrowbody aircraft by both Airbus and Boeing and the potential influx of airframes from Comac and Bombardier are depressing prices lessors can command for smaller aircraft, says Aircastle CEO Ron Wainshal. “We remain concerned about increasing production of narrowbodies and freighters,” Wainshal told analysts Feb. 21 during the lessor’s 2012 earnings call. “The supply is putting pressure on demand,” he continued, adding that this currently is compounded by ...


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