Airlines Must Prepare To Generate Full Benefit Of Aircraft Leasing

Many of the airlines most likely to lease equipment lack the expertise and infrastructure needed to avoid unexpected costs and work when it comes time to return the aircraft, a problem likely to grow more acute as leased aircraft account for more of the world’s in-service fleet. “Keeping lease...

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