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  • 2019 Paris air show: fewer orders and new terminology

    The 2019 Paris air show featured fewer firm orders than any other recent years but announcements have featured new constructions.

  • Strategy for staying ahead

    ICBC Leasing was ranked, at the end of 2018, as the largest Chinese lessor in terms of asset value. Qiang Li, its deputy chief executive officer, tells Elsie Guan how ICBC Leasing maintains its position as one of the world’s leading lessors.

  • Legal Survey and Rising Stars deadline extended

    The deadline for Airfinance Journal's Legal Survey and Rising Stars has been extended to 31 May 2019.

  • Airfinance Journal’s legal survey/rising stars now open

    Law firms are asked to submit their 2018 deals to Airfinance Journal by 24 May 2019.

  • Icelandair mixes rejuvenation with long-stay 757s

    Bogi Bogason, the chief executive officer of Icelandair Group, speaks to Dominic Lalk about the Jolco product and the increasingly competitive airline landscape.

  • Could Max grounding improve 737NG passenger life?

    The grounding of the Boeing 737 Max fleet could present some opportunities for the Next Generation (NG) passenger models, especially the 737-800.

  • Cape Town confusion following Avianca Brasil collapse

    Airfinance Journal talks to a lessor and a lawyer on the application of the Cape Town Convention in Brazil.

  • Moving into new territory

    Arnaud Fiscel, head of transportation at Bank of China’s London office, tells AFJ about the bank’s aircraft financing strategy and its recent support of the leasing industry.

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