IAG Leans Toward Increased Leasing After Strong 2015

Credit: Airbus
As part of its drive to further improve its return on invested capital (ROIC), International Airlines Group (IAG) is moving toward devoting a larger share of its fleet to leased aircraft. When focusing on buying aircraft, a 9% ROIC is achievable, the group’s CFO, Enrique Dupuy, said as it presented...

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