Mid-Life Aircraft Seen Differently Given Fuel Prices, Passenger Demand

Credit: AFI KLM E&M
Global economies are enjoying decent, if not thrilling, growth, and airline traffic is healthy. Fuel prices are down, at least for a while. Interest rates are still low, but may start to climb. Lease rates on mature aircraft have strengthened, and the rush to part out these veterans has slowed. But...

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