Lower Fuel Costs Boost Case For Flying Older Aircraft

Credit: Jeff Gilbert
The fleet strategies of many airlines are beginning to be influenced by sustained low oil prices, as flying older aircraft for longer becomes more economically viable. Some carriers are postponing retirements, while others are reactivating aircraft that had been placed in storage. Manufacturers are...

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