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GOL issues $300m senior notes

Size could reach $345m.

Analysis: Will cash injection improve Interjet ratings?

Airfinance Journal’s TAA ratings shows three of the five-key metrics (fixed charge cover, liquidity, leverage) are to the lowest levels while Ebitdar margin has halved over the past year.

Brazil allows 100% foreign ownership of airlines

Azul to repurchase shares

Embraer CEO to step down

Azul drives higher margins through A320neos

Analysis: Wind of change

Avianca cancels and defers Airbus orders

LATAM restructuring pays off

Bolivian carrier adds maiden E190


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Leasing Top 50 2015

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Lawyers Guide 2015

Investors like the Cape Town Convention, and for obvious reasons. The treaty is designed to help creditors repossess their aircraft more easily from airlines. The convention emulates a lot of the US bankruptcy laws. For many aviation investors, the Cape Town Convention offers a familiar piece of regulation when considering potential aircraft investments outside of North America. It is no accident

China Supplement 2015

围绕美国进出口银行未来命运展开的政治博弈,凸显出美欧之间对于出口信贷机构迥异的态度。 随着九个月的授权延期于六月底到期,一年之内美国进出口银行已经是第二次面临关门窘境。美国进出口银行前途未卜,而在这场政治角力中占据上风的是一些美国共和党大佬。他们态度鲜明地认为美国进出口银行只是给少数大型出口企业(如波音和通用电气)输送福利的工具。

Engines Guide 2015

Rolls-Royce states it is adapting its aftermarket service. The engine manufacturer has been the market pioneer with its TotalCare package – a fixed-cost engine maintenance contract for airlines which use Rolls-Royce engines. Despite the success of the programme with airlines, the company is looking to adapt its maintenance programme principally to cater better to lessors which havebecome a growin

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