Low Fuel Prices Contribute To Fewer Aircraft Being Torn Down

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BUDAPEST —About 500 air transport aircraft are expected to retire from the global fleet this year, and 1,170 jet aircraft are parked, according to Aviation Week data. However, “in the past 6-9 months, the retirement rates have eased off slightly,” said David Rushe, a sales and marketing manager for...

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