Air Lease Corp. Chairman and CEO Steven Udvar-Hazy said this week in Munich that "it's hard to see a meaningful benefit" in re-engining A320s or 737s, Bloomberg reported. Speaking at the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading's European Conference, the influential International Lease Finance Corp. co-founder and former chairman said, "When I look at all issues and all complexities, it's hard to see a meaningful benefit to the industry [from a ...

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