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  • 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.

  • Analysis: US carriers lead race for liquidity amid crisis

    North American airlines lead the pack in raising tens of billions of dollars since start of the pandemic, but will it be enough?

  • Lessors buttress Airbus deliveries through pandemic

    Airfinance Journal analysis of deliveries data shows that lessors were involved in about half of Airbus's 36 deliveries in June.

  • Airfinance Journal Awards 2019 winners

    Airfinance Journal announces 2019 deals of the year winners.

  • American pledges slots and gates in funding spree

    The carrier intends to use the proceeds from the capital-raising initiatives to enhance its cash reserves and refinance a facility that was entered into in March.

  • Analysis: Best-placed lessors for China recovery

    Lessors with a strong presence in China stand to weather the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic better than others owing to the stronger recovery of China’s domestic market since April.

  • Slattery to lead GE Aviation

    Like Culp, Slattery is an outsider to GE. No doubt he will face enormous challenges as new aircraft demand has vanished. The aviation unit saw first-quarter revenue slip 13% to $6.89 billion year-over-year, with profit in the division falling 39% to $1 billion. Orders declined by 14%.

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