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  • SLB strategy is unsustainable: Avolon

    Avolon’s CEO Domhnal Slattery says the level of competition in the sale-and-leaseback segment of the market has been raised to the point where many established lessors have reduced their acquisition volumes from this channel.

  • Analysis: Mid-life-focused Centrus considers new aircraft

    Despite its focus on acquiring mid-life narrowbodies, new lessor Centrus Aviation Capital may also consider new aircraft, according to managing director Bill Cumberlidge.

  • Analysis: ABS activity on course to surpass 2017 record

    Average size of this year’s issuances is up from last year.

  • Opinion: Challenges for new ATR CEO

    Converting aircraft MoU signed at Farnborough will be one of the priorites but Bortoli's challenges may be similar to his predecessors: control of the supply chain, deliver around 80 aircraft a year and improve the ATR models, including certification of the ATR42-600 model in China.

  • Analysis: Lessors continue to attract alternative investors

    Two M&A deals announced on 15 October show appetite from investors.

  • Analysis: Lessors increase narrowbody market share

    Half of A321neo deliveries to lessors went to Chinese carriers in Q3, report shows.

  • Interview: Sky’s not the limit

    Ruth Kelly, chief executive officer of Goshawk, tells Jack Dutton why Ireland-based Sky Leasing was the perfect fit for her lessor and why she has not ruled out future M&A opportunities.

  • CEO interview: Pegasus bounces back

    Mehmet Nane, chief executive officer of Pegasus Airlines, tells Jack Dutton about his carrier’s turbulent journey through geopolitical and economic instability in its home market.

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