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  • EETCs defy market crisis

    Several North American airlines have successfully tapped the enhanced equipment trust certificate (EETC) market to raise financing during the Covid-19 crisis, writes Oliver Clark.

  • Alive and kicking - Jol/Jolco update

    The Japanese operating lease with call option and Japanese operating lease aircraft financing products have weathered past crises, and they are still seeing deals despite Covid-19, Sumitomo Mitsui Finance and Leasing managing executive officer and head of transportation, Shinichiro Watanabe, tells Dominic Lalk.

  • Jolco market still open: Wizz Air

    Airline's chief executive officer says the Jolco market is still open for the right credits.

  • Analysis: E170 increasingly dependent on US market

    Aeromexico’s rejection of its entire E170 fleet in favour of the larger E190 has put further pressure on the market for the smaller model.

  • Analysis: 737 Max lease rates to settle in ‘mid-200s’

    Boeing 737 Max lease rates could fall to between $250,000 to $300,000 per month, according to panellists of an Airfinance Journal Asia-Pacific webinar. Direct placements by lessors “will be almost free money”.

  • US airlines post unprecedented Q2 losses

    Airlines reel under full weight of the Covid-19 depression in demand.

  • AMR grabs 'largest US private placement' in airline sector

    The deal also diversifies funding at a crucial time, “allowing American to monetise valuable collateral without relying on a broad syndication and minimising the need for more traditionally acceptable forms of collateral.”

  • Analysis: Widebody demand faces bumpy recovery

    The Covid-19 pandemic has uprooted near term demand dynamics for widebodies orders, but long-term market fundamentals remain in place.

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