When airlines lease spare engines to cover scheduled and unplanned shop visits, the return conditions can be onerous, essentially mandating that the asset go back to the owner as it was when the operator took delivery. But as a new generation of digital engines enter service, and the market becomes more competitive, that is becoming less true. “Lease-return conditions are changing, depending on the time remaining on the engine’s life cycle and the engine type,” says ...

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