Widebody market demand may be soft, but lessors faced with moving Airbus A330s on short notice say the venerable twin is proving easy to re-home.  Recent demises of European carriers Air Berlin, Alitalia, and Monarch Airlines left AerCap with a small fleet of aircraft to re-lease, including 10 A330s. "We had those moved within a matter of a couple of weeks," AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly told analysts on a recent earnings call. All 10 are expected to be back in service in early 2018, ...


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