Netherlands-based lessor AerCap posted a second-quarter net profit of $254.2 million, down 10% year-over-year. The decline stemmed in part from lower net gains on aircraft sales.  AerCap sold 30 aircraft last quarter, with an average age of 13 years, while taking delivery of 20 new aircraft. Demand overall remains strong, Kelly said, pointing to IATA’s full-year outlook of 7% traffic growth as a sign of the market’s condition. “At a macro level, we continue to see a ...

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