Aircraft Economics

Faltering Iran deal poses a direct threat to A330s

Despite increasing run rates a glut of narrowbody aircraft unlikely to materialise

The case for a Boeing 757MAX

New technology narrowbodies near entry into service

Boeing's new chief; Q400 milestone; CAS in 75 aircraft Airbus deal

Quantum and Palma to finance IAFC's Saudia deal

GECAS launches Boeing 737-800NG passenger-to-freighter conversion program

Carriers lead the way in Paris ordering, boosted by Wizzair's last minute Airbus MOU

Major OEMs upgrade long term forecasts, with main difference centering on VLA prospects

First $1 billion+ aircraft ABS since 2008

Q1 lessor results buoyed by falling financing costs

The link between airline and lessor profits

Boeing delivers 184 aircraft in Q1

Aviation Investment Indicators: share prices end first quarter strongly

Avolon reaffirms 25 year aircraft retirement age despite low fuel price environment

Boeing order shows Asian air travel potential

Airbus run rates; Boeing's 747 order; Embraer results

AerGen to initially use a mix of equity and bank debt to grow 100 aircraft portfolio

Boeing and Airbus break delivery records in 2014; Airbus launches extended range A321neo

Nervous equity markets in the Aviation Complex, as sector corrects

Aircraft and engine demand indicators in Q3 2014

The context for recent Airbus cancellations and prospects for the A330 NEO

Aircastle provides valuable insights to its business model as a 'value investor'

'Existing aircraft values will hold up despite wave of new entries'

Bombardier C Series should now be on leasing radars

Apollo Aviation's new $595 million aviation fund

Insights from Dublin aircraft finance conferences

Starlite Aviation Group is launch customer for new Eurocopter helicopter

OEM orders stay firm towards year end

Research paper argues that standard aircraft retirement age of 25 will remain the norm

Diverse airline business models helping to support demand for older aircraft

Airbus Global Market Forecast: fuel and emissions to drive replacement demand

MAX momentum builds further

OEMs power ahead on increased delivery momentum

Boeing nuances its looking glass

The impact Basel III will have on aircraft funding

Aircraft operating lifespan arguably shortened as second hand market values decrease

Asset impairment takes centre stage as residual values come under pressure

Key 2012 issues for aircraft lessors

The numerous challenges facing airlines following its inclusion in the EU's cap-and-trade scheme from 2012

Aviation Finance Analysis: Airbus' GMF and the growth potential of commercial aviation


C Series duckling may yet become A200 swan

Amedeo hopes to 'Uberize' air transport with new business model for A380

Sustained low oil price and speculative orders could create future problems, helicopter lessor claims

Goshawk, with a fleet of 60 already, spreads its wings in hunt to become a premier leasing company

FLY's fleet transitioning

FLY speeds up fleet renewal strategy with sale of 33 aircraft

Seizing aircraft under a High Court writ

Breaking into the top tier of commercial aircraft

Lower oil prices increasingly influencing fleet decisions

AerCap and United

Setting the bar ahead of the leasing results season

Waypoint; Strong growth in lease agreements in Q1; FLY cuts 0.75 loan

The A380 conundrum

OEM orders keep momentum in Q1 2015 at annual rate of 9%, a key metric for aircraft as an asset class

Emirates' ECA-backed Sukuk; CALC's results

The Boeing 757 replacement debate

Freight figures exceed expectations, but overcapacity still an issue

Moody's upgrades Aircastle and two AerCap ABS transactions

AWAS portfolio sale; AerCap's China Southern deal; Lessor notes issuances; GECAS buys turboprops

Geopolitics clouds the aircraft market

Ten years of E-Jets - the manufacturer on why its sales are approaching the 2,000 mark

Wide body twin jet programmes advance

Remarkable year for Boeing and Airbus in 2013 - OEMs more cautious on growth in 2014

Boeing on the economic lives of airplanes

LTVs recovered from post crisis lows but still off peak

Widebody market ready for the taking

Aircraft leasing 2013 - managing residuals, the boom towns of the East and high cost mezzanine finance

Latin America provides emerging market drive to aircraft demand

Singapore Airlines orders $7.5 billion worth of Airbus jets

Avolon refutes arguments that economic life of aircraft assets is shortening

New NEO and MAX analysis shows spread of customers, gap in size of order books

Wide body order cancellations

Aviation Capital Group confirms $450 million LEAP-1A engine order for A320neos

United Boeing 737 order shows US replacement potential, MAX flexibility

'The airline industry as we know it will continue to need current production A320s and NGs long into the future'

'Sell or hold?': the question at individual asset level that's facing engine lessors, says Jon Sharp of ELF

Engines are holding their value longer - Dickerson

The 2012 aviation financing environment - an operating lessor's perspective

Will the MAX and NEO be game-changers? The first lessor to order both the Max and the NEO gives the views of Aviation Capital Group

GIC's $300 million investment likely to see bulk of Avolon's planned 150 strong fleet deployed in Asia-Pacific within 3 years - Slattery