Airlines Wasting Billions On Extra Lease-Return Costs

Credit: Boeing
LONDON —Airlines could be overpaying an average of $1.65 million per narrowbody when redelivering aircraft to lessors, according to a new International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) white paper. With 522 single-aisle aircraft returned to lessors last year, this equates to $861.3 million. The expenditure...

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