Avolon Analysis Of Storage Trends Concludes 800 Parked Aircraft Likely To Fly Again

Credit: N.Howarth
A detailed analysis of historical aircraft-storage data suggests that 800 of the current pool of about 2,050 aircraft parked as of mid-March will fly again, while a sustained period of low fuel prices could see 150-200 aircraft per year stay in service instead of heading for the desert, lessor...

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