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  • Lessor interview: CDB Aviation sees fierce competition

    Competition in the aircraft leasing market is “at its fiercest we have seen since the advent of the leasing sector”, CDB Aviation’s chief executive officer, Peter Chang, has told Airfinance Journal.

  • ATR sees China 30-seat demand to average 40-aircraft/year

    The European manufacturer is extremely bullish about the growth potential in this market over the next 20 years

  • 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: Lessor strength supports robust ABS market

    Asset-backed securities (ABS) are a safe and effective investment vehicle for investors, as they are backed by leasing companies that are well-equipped to weather the unpredictable shocks of the aviation cycle, a panel of industry experts has said.

  • Deal focus: Cedar Aviation Finance

    Senior management at the Dubai-based Novus tell Jack Dutton about CAF, a platform that provides junior and mezzanine loans for airlines financing Boeing aircraft.

  • 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: Regionals ‘key’ to China’s aviation future

    Guoliang Wang, marketing director of Industrial Bank Financial Leasing’s aviation department, has been working in China’s leasing sector since 2001. He tells Elsie Guan why regional aircraft will be critical to the country’s airline industry.

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