Engine leasing and pooling allow operators to reduce inventories and conserve capital.
Keep aircraft flying but minimize stocks of spare parts—that is the rule for competitive flying now. Enter the short-term engine operating lease. As a single deal, part of a dedicated pool or drawn from reserves held by OEMs or engine shops that combine leases with other services, engine leases economize on needed spares in two ways: Unplanned engine removals are random events and should peak at a smaller percentage of a large number of engines than for a small fleet. Planned ...
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