Lessors have been playing an increasing role in commercial aircraft financing and operations, with operating leases now accounting for nearly half of the world’s fleet and well over half of used, midlife aircraft. Consequently, the policies of lessors toward maintenance are becoming far more important in the MRO market than the policies of large airlines. But lessors are hardly powerful enough to simply impose maintenance programs on airlines. In fact, the strongest influence on ...

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