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  • Analysis: Is the A380 secondary market dead?

    On 17 December, Hi Fly’s Airbus A380 made its farewell flight from Beja to Toulouse.

  • ‘No more Max cancellations’ says CDB Aviation boss

    The CDB Aviation chief says that despite general concern about 737 Max lease rates over the next 24 months, the lessor is well positioned as it made “all the right decisions very early on”.

  • Apollo proves good timing is no myth

    Apollo Global Management’s head of aviation finance, Gary Rothschild, tells Oliver Clark how the breadth and scale of the firm’s aviation business platforms position it well amid the current crisis.

  • Fears for Hong Kong’s future as leasing hub

    The concessionary tax regime for aircraft leasing introduced by the Hong Kong SAR government in 2017 was designed to lay a solid foundation for Hong Kong to develop into an aircraft leasing centre. Dominic Lalk investigates whether the city’s status quo has changed amid ongoing dissent and political changes.

  • Covid-19 - the impact on the lessors

    Most of the Covid-19 attention has been focused on airlines. Now it's the turn of the lessors to be under the microscope.

  • Analysis: A220 market further develops for sale and leasebacks

    Sale and leaseback deals set to increase after another RFP hits the market.

  • Analysis: CRJ700 market heats up

    More aircraft come to the market and bids vary depending on the engine status.

  • Analysis: Private equity comes to the fore

    Private equity is playing a key role in financing the aviation industry amid the Covid-19 crisis, but is its involvement the first sign of a nascent recovery, or funding of last resort for a desperate sector? Oliver Clark reports.

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