GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) is attempting to steer a middle course between picking up new assets and portfolios of aircraft from competitors, while not allowing the thrill of the mergers & acquisitions (M&A) sector stampede it into unwise deals, president and CEO Alec Burger said Jan. 24. After making substantial purchases of new-generation narrowbody aircraft in recent years, 2018 would probably be a year of consolidation for GECAS, he said. The company largely focuses on ...

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