Russian Exposure Creates Long-Term Headaches For Lessors

S7 Airlines A320neo

S7 Airlines Airbus A320neo

Credit: Philippe Masclet / Master Films / Airbus
Lessors with Western-built aircraft in the hands of Russian operators face few good options on how to manage their exposed assets—from challenging repossession logistics to uncertainty over whether operators can make payments or secure aftermarket support. European Union (EU) sanctions imposed in...
Sean Broderick

Senior Air Transport & Safety Editor Sean Broderick covers aviation safety, MRO, and the airline business from Aviation Week Network's Washington, D.C. office.

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