AEROCENTURY lost $8.2m in 3Q19

AEROCENTURY lost $8.2m in 3Q19 (vs $4.5m loss in 3Q18) on 6.5% lower lease revenue, citing termination leases/repossession of four CRJs from ADRIA AIRWAYS. It has 20 regional aircraft, of which two are being parted out.

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