AMSTERDAM—Millions of dollars can be wasted on each aircraft lease return if not appropriately planned, and leasing companies and lessors have very different perceptions about late redeliveries. Based on an International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) study on closing the perception gap between lessors and lessees, obtained exclusively by Aviation Daily, more than 80% of lessors believed that their lessees engaged in the lease return process too late more than half of the time. On the flip ...

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