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Aircraft Leasing

Tuesday, July 31, 2007
To accrue operating and cost efficiencies, many airlines acquire new aircraft through leasing as opposed to making and bearing the burden of a direct purchase.

A SQUARE :: 31Jul07 Aircraft Leasing
Category Aviation Leasing
Author Sona Blessing
• It is expected that by the year 2010, 50% of the world’s fleet of passenger and freighter aircraft will be on operating leases
• Significant growth rates in passenger and freight demand
• Fundamental market shift in the behaviour of airlines
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